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THE PILGRIM 

Plymouth-Carver High School 

OBERY HEIGHTS 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

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October 8, 196^ 



Dear Sir: 

We find that we have several extra copies of the 196^ 
Plymouth-Carver High School yearbook, The Pilgrim , which 
the staff has decided to distribute among our faithful 
supporters. Please understand that this is a bonus and 
not a general policy. 

We also would like to thank you for your past patronage, 
and hope that you will continue to support our publication 
in this and in future years. 

Sincerely yours, 

Charles Caramello 
Business Manager 



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1964 
PILGRIM 



A Senior Publication 

PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH SCHOOL 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 



ADVISOR 

Roland Holmes 

EDITORS 

Barbara Knowles 
Anne Patenaude 

BUSINESS MANAGER 

Peter Bongiovanni 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS 

Sandra Bergamini 
Sandra Sampson 



DEDICATION Page 2 

FALL Page 8 

WINTER Page 44 

SPRING Page 62 

ADVERTISEMENTS Page 136 










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TTie i0<?4 PILGRIM is dedicated to 
Mr. Patrick Berry. We thank him for 
his sense of humor, his concern for us all, 
and his friendliness. 

Those of us who have been in Mr. 
Berry's art classes need no delineation of 
his personality. We know him well. 
He's the smiling extrovert who calls us by 
outlandish names and regales us with 
equally outlandish jokes. He's the one 
who understands our artist's lament — 
"I just can't get it to come out right!" 
— and deftly shows us how to remedy the 
situation. He's the one who surrenders 
his paper and paint for our posters and 
props and teases us continually about 
depleting his stock. He's the one who 
talks with us on any subject from 
abstraction in art to man's inhumanity 
to man. He's the scintillating, sensible, 
sensitive one. He's the one. 





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in search of 







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In search of freedom and peace 
they came 

the Pilgrim Fathers 
striking out from the certainty 
of Holland, their foster home, 
to the unknown North American coast. 
These travelers, 

'whose heresy forced departure 
from their native England, 
were the avantgarde. 
They were the religious exiles, 
the displaced craftsmen, 
the uprooted families who would build 
a mighty nation. 

They were men and women and children. 
They were a people far from home, 
a tired, sick, 

and restless people to whom 
the sight of Plymouth harbor 
seemed intensely inviting . . . and ominous. 

Upheld by love of God 
and the pledges 
of the Mayflower Compact, 
the seed from which grew 
the Constitution of the United States, 
they established Plymouth Colony 
and continued here 
their search for freedom and peace, 
goals ivhich Americans 
to this day perpetuate. 







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conquering the land and 



Conquering the land and befriending its people . . . 
a harsh land of December snows 
and piercing winds, 

a wilderness of naked trees and frozen earth 
. . . Plymouth. The Pilgrim Fathers survived the lacerations 
of their first New England winter, 
and, renewed 

by the gradual rebirth of the land that spring, 
set about its conquering. 

With the invaluable aid of Squanto, 
an Indian 

who had once been sold into slavery, 
they befriended the nearby Indians 
and their proud chief, Massasoit, 
with whom that fall 

the Pilgrims showed their abundant harvest 
in the first Thanksgiving. 

Now they are gone . . . 
but Plymouth remains, 
a symbol of their faith and courage, 
an American heritage. 



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FALL 




Mottled leaves drift downward in zig-zag 

patterns . . . red, gold, tragic brown. 

They are the magic carpets 

which carry warmth and greenness far away. 

Nights grown cold 

weave from their frozen tears silver nets 

to catch the life of summer. 

Days warm and vivid are charged 

with urgency. 

Abandoned birds' nests are revealed 

in bare tree branches 

while summer residents have boarded up 

their cottage windows. 

School has begun 

and we feel 

the excitement of another beginning. 

New classes, new teachers, new faces . . . 

Plymouth-Carver. 

"Oh, say can you see by the" 

. . . "blue and white" . . . 

Thanksgiving comes once again to Plymouth, 

and we renew our heritage. 

It is a time of thanking God, 

of loving Him, 

and of the reaffirmation of faith 

not only in God, but also in man. 

Mottled leaves drift doivnivard 

in zig-zag patterns 

. . . red, gold, tragic brown. 





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. . . We come today new Pilgrims . . . 



PCHS — winter morning. 








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We come today new Pilgrims — exploring our 
new world. As the Pilgrim Fathers came to ex- 
plore a vast continent and a way of life, we come 
today exploring our constantly-changing world. 
As they came to insure in Plymouth the endurance 
of their ideals, we come today to secure at our 
new school the learning so vital to existence in 
modern society. 

The process of learning is sometimes an almost 
imperceptible osmosis, sometimes a sharp awake- 
ning. In our classes we are able to let our minds 
stretch . . . reach out . . . grope . . . touch. Our 
thoughts intersect those of others and create new 
dimensions in our understanding. 

The exploration of the world of learning ... is 
eternally incomplete. 

We come . . . explorers of our new world . . . 
conscious of the past, cherishing the present, and 
aware always of the future. 





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Library — early-spring evening. 




PLYMOUTH-CARVER SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Mr. Spencer Brewster; Dr. Samuel K. Stewart, Chair- Gellar, Secretary; Mr. Franklin P. Wilbur; Mr. F. 

man; Mrs. Adeline Keller; Mr. Erwin K. Washburn, Edward Nicolas, Supt. 

Vice-Chairman; Mr. David A. Cappannari; Mrs. Jane 



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ADMINISTRATION 

". . . may (they) both perceive and know 

what things they ought to do, 
and also may (they) have grace and power 
faithfully to fulfill the same." 

— Book of Common Prayer 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Mr. F. Edward Nicolas 





PRINCIPAL 

Mr. Julian Demea, Jr. 

VICE-PRINCIPAL — DEAN OF GIRLS 

Mr. C. Richard Vaughan — Mrs. Alice Urann 



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Our guidance counselors discuss a student's test scores. 



rs. Jean Fatenaude 


Mr. Edwin Calvin 


Mr. Joseph Jayko 


Bridgewater 


Harvard 


Northeastern 


Boston U. 


Kent State, W. Reserve 


N.Y.U 




Akron, Boston U. 


U. Mass. 




"Thou wert my guide, 
philosopher, and friend. 



Alexander Pope 
(1688-1744) 



Valerie Girard browses in 
our guidance library. 



fa our quest for knowledge 



ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 



Literature is the 
immortality of speech." 




August Von Schlegel 
(1767-1845) 



Pondering a weighty problem ! 



Mrs. Doris Rogers 

Lowell State 

Boston U. 




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Mrs. Alice Urann 

Bridgewater 
Boston U. 



Mr. Charles Toohey 

Boston C. 

Bridgewater 




"And yet they say English- 
men are hypocrites!" 

Saint Joan Sc. VI 



Mr. Roland Holmes, Chairman 

Bowdoin College, 
Boston University 



Peter Maccaferri muses over Shakespeare's philosophical 
words: 

"This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, 
as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man." 

— Hamlet 





Our librarian proudly inspects one of the new 
reference books. 



Miss Audrey Zlergiebel 

Boston Teachers C. 
Simmons C. 



"We are reading IVANHOE in Eng- 
lish; and, though I may not be able to 
remember material things such as 
tickets, gloves and so on, I can remem- 
ber things like IVANHOE." 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 

(1917-1963) 
(Letter home from school, 1930) 



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'Do you not know I am a woman? When I think, I must speak." — Miss Plaisted quotes Shakespeare's comedy As You Like 



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Mr. William Dillon 

Bridgewater C. 



Miss Glenna. Plaisted 
Boston U. 



Miss Janet Draghetti 
Emerson C. 



Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu 

U. of Bridgeport 
Swarthmore 



Mr. Reino Kock 

U. of Turku 

U. of Helsinski 

U. of Mass. 











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SOCIAL STUDIES 
DEPARTMENT 



6 'History is philosophy 
teaching by example and 

also by warning: 
its eyes are geography 

and chronology. " 



Thucydides 
(460-400 B. C.) 



Why should I remember the name of the corrupt group that 
took over New York City after the Civil War? 




Mr. Joseph Robinson 

Tufts University 
University of Maine 

Mr. Joseph Desisto 

Fordham 
Boston Graduate College 



Mr. Robert Larson 

University of Mass. 
Bridgewater 

Mrs. Helen Bagnall 

Salem 
Boston University 



And you think graduated income taxes are 
bad! 



Mr. Kenneth Taylor 

University of Miami 
Bridgewater 



Mr. 



Bernard Barufaldi 

Holy Cross 
Vanderbilt 



Mr. Arne Erlckson 

New York University 
Columbia 

Miss Phyllis Johnson 
Bridgewater 
Northeastern 



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Miss Phyllis Boucher 

Chairman 
Worcester State 
Clark University 




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Miss Iris Albertinl 

Chairman 

French 

Radcliffe, Middlebury 




The Third Triumvirate 


Mr. John Tavernelli 

Latin 
Boston U., Bridgewater 


Mr. Leon Long 

Spanish 
Bridgewater, Boston U. 


Mr. Andrew Dietlin 

Latin 
Bridgewater, Boston College 


Absent: Miss Rosmary Re 

French 
Jackson 




La neige est belle aujourd'hui. Si on allait faire du ski?" 



"Language is the amber 

in which a thousand 
precious and subtle thoughts 

have been safely imbedded 
and preserved. " 



Richard C. French 
(1807-1886) 



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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 



Do you approve of vivisection? 



Mr. Ronald Gomes 
Bridgewater 

Mr. Lee Johnson 
Harvard 

Northeastern 

Mr. John Penny 

Boston State College 



Mr. Robert Bernath 

University of Wisconsin 

Boston University 

Bridgewater 

Absent: Mr. David Barlow 

University of R.I. 
Boston University 

Absent: Mr. Douglas Edwards 

Springfield College 

Elon College 
University of N. C. 
University of Va. 

Bridgewater 




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Miss Clare Driscoll 

Chairman 
Radcliffe, Harvard 



" Science keeps on 

assiduously transforming 
the world, and trusts 

to luck that the 
transforming will be benign, 
beneficial to the majority. " 



Bertrand Russell 
(1872 — ) 




Gilbert Freeman experiments: 
Zn + 2HC1-— > ZnC12 + H2 



"I agree; they're parallel." 



Mr. Nicholas Athans 

Harvard, Boston University 

University of Maine, 

Northeastern 



Mr. Louis Cappannari 

Northeastern, University 
of Michigan 




Mr. Frederick Arata, Chairman 

Boston College 

Boston State 

Bridgewater 



MATHEMATICS 
DEPARTMENT 

"Mathematics possesses not only truth, but 

supreme beauty — beauty cold and 

austere, like that of sculpture, yet, 

sublimely pure, and capable of a stern 
perfection such as only the greatest 

art can show. " 



Bertrand Russell 






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Mr. Mario Romano 

Boston College 

Boston Graduate Col. 

Mr. Russell Randall 

Boston University 



Mr. Peter Fachettl 

North Adams State 

Teachers' College 

Bridgewater 



Mr. 



Howard Goodwin 

Bridgewater 



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BUSINESS EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 



"Business needs more of the 

professional spirit. 
The professional spirit seeks 

professional integrity, 
from pride, not from compulsion.' 



Henry Ford 
(1863-1947) 




Miss Beatrice Arthur, Chairman 
Salem 
Bridgewater 
Boston U. 




Quite the bull market! 



Mrs. Leona Swartz 
Boston U. 



Miss Phyllis Moscatello 
Trinity C. (Vermont! 



. Willard E. Mondeau 

Northeastern 
Bridgewater 

Mr. William Turpin 

Salem 



Mr. John Manning 

Northeastern 
Boston State 



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ART DEPARTMENT 





Rizzo and Berry Contemplating the Bust of Mugs. 



Mr. Louis Rizzo 

Mass. College of Art 



Mr. Patrick Berry 
Chairman 

School of Practical Art 

Mass. College of Art 

Bridgewater 



'Step it up, fellas!" — Clean-up time in Rm. 217 



"As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life." 

John Lubbock, Lord Aveburv 
(1834-1913) 



"Art is the expression of something one has seen 
which is bigger than oneself." 

Oliver La Farge 
(1901- ) 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 




What's so funny? 



Mr. John Pacheco 

Boston U. 



Mr. Donald Morrison 

Boston U. 




"Music 

is the only language 

in which you cannot say a mean 

or sarcastic thing. " 

John Erskine 
(1879-1951) 



The band takes a breather after playing "Blues on Parade. 




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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



'He that hath a trade 

hath an estate; and he 
that hath a calling hath a 
place of profit and honor. 



Benjamin Franklin 
(1706-1790) 




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"And who's been using this machine?" 

Mr. George De Courcy Mr. William Johnstone 

Middle Tennessee State College Fitchburg College 

Bridgewater College 




Mr. Hector Patenaude, Chairman 

Fitchburg 

Boston University 

Bridgewater 




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HOME ECONOMICS 





Miss Anita Drisko 

Framingham 



"The beauty of the house is order, 
The blessing of the house is contentment, 
The glory of the house is hospitality." 

Old Inscription 



SPECIAL CLASS 



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"He who labors diligently need never 
despair, for all things are accomplished by 
diligence and labor. " 

Menander (342-291 B. C.) 



Mr. Dennis Aresta 

Boston C. 

Bridgewater 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

'Such is the constitution of 
man that . . . exercise . . . 
may be styled its own reward. 



Samuel Johnson 
(1709-1784) 



"But don't you think they'll win?' 

Mr. Harold Rogers, Chairman 
Bridgewater 
Boston U. 



Peter Alves perfects his front drop. 




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NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL 



. . . signing our dismissal and no- 
gym slips — school nurse: Mrs. Ruth 
Volta, R. N. 




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. . . running the offices and answering our endless questions — school secre- 
taries: Mrs. Dorothy Lopes, main office; Mrs. Marion Whiting, Main office; 
Mrs. Henrietta Prout, guidance suite. 




"Awake my soul, and with the sun 
Thy daily stage of duty run; . . . " 



Bishop Thomasken 
(1637-1711) 



. . . feeding the famished daily — cafeteria staff: 
Mrs. Sally Tavares; Mrs. Barbara Ruffini; Mrs. 
Frances Bosari; Mrs. Leopoldina Salgado; Mrs. 
Pearl Wainio; Mrs. Florence Neal; Mrs. Barbara 
Bartlett, Dietician; Mrs. Olivia Silva; Mrs. Pauline 
Guidaboni; Mrs. Hulda Pesonen; Mrs. Angelina 
Cadose. 






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. . . maintaining PCHS 24 hours-a-day — custodial 
staff: Mr. Ralph Curtis, Supervisor of Maintenance; 
Mr. Remo Lodi; Mr. Leo Mondeau; Mr. Dominick 
DeFelice; Mr. Columbo Pedrini, Mr. Matthew Men- 
des. Absent: Mr. Louis Taddia, night shift; Mrs. 
Enis Barufaldi, matron. 






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striving through 




It's not our fault - - Pilgrim Editors left to right: L. Stiles; V. Harris; C. Souza; B. 
Skulsky; S. Bergamini; B. Knowles; Mr. Roland Holmes, Advisor; Anne Patenaude; 
P. Bongiovanni; S. Sampson; N. Briggs; L. Doll; G. Banker; S. Wood; C. Wolfenden. 
Absent: T. Spelman. 



PILGRIM STAFF 




CURRICULUM 

The Smiling Staff . . . Left to right: S. Ledo; M. 
Savery; M. Stearns; E. Kierstead; N. Briggs, Edi- 
tor. 

CO-CURRICULUM 



Staff contemplates . . . with apologies to Rem- 
brandt. Left to right: C. Stern, C. Giovannetti; M. 
Armstrong; G. Woodward; S. Parsons; P. Zucchel- 
li; J. Barengo; T. Spelman, Editor. 



"Literature is the 



immortality of speech/ 



Willmott 
(1861-1938) 




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activities . 



SENIOR 
STATISTICS 
Learning to read? Left to right: J. Ro- 
mano; S. Carter; G. Zoccolante; S. Leo- 
nardi; P. Barron; L. Watterson; L. Jen- 
ness; C. Wolfenden, Editor. 





BOYS' AND GIRLS- 
SPORTS 

There I am! ... the staff 
pores over "mug shots" for 
their section. Left to right: 
Row one; G. Banker, L. 
Doll, Editors; S. Bubbins; 
M. Thimas; C. White; B. 
Stein. Row two: P. Rez- 
endes; C. "Bongiovanni; C. 
Caramello; J. Darsch; A. 
Neri; J. Pacheco; N. Zani- 
boni; N. Doll. Missing: G. 
Jordan; P. Maccaferri. 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Peter's disciples. Left 
to right: Row one: K. 

Sullivan; C. Petit; S. 
Sampson, Assistant 
Business Manager; P. 
Bongiovanni, Business 
Manager; S. Bergami- 
ni, Assistant Business 
Manager; S. Lodi; P. 
McGovern. Row two: 
B. Stern; P. Bourne; 
V. Girard; C. Cristo- 
fori; A. Richardson; A. 
Sherman; W. Minsky. 
Row three: M. Smith; 
R. Figueiredo; B. Gon- 
salves; L. Stiles; D. 
Correa; W. Parker; 
Mr. Holmes. 




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ART STAFF 

Studying up on art. Left to right: 
L. Stiles, V. Harris, Co-Editors; 
C. Wirtzburger; P. Harris; J. 
Harris; K. Lee; M. Andrews; G. 
Silva. 



PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 

The photographers are being photograph- 
ed! Left to right: Row one; C. Melahoures; 
B. Skulsky, Editor; D. Baldasaro; B. Mac- 
Lean; C. Cline. Row two; L. Gore; S. Mc- 
Govern; B. Jesse; P. Taddia; S. Sherman; 
A. Sampson. Row three; R. Silva; E. Enos; 
M. Furtado; G. LaVerde; A. Scanlon; S. 
Ryan. 




Behind-The-Scenes Pilgrim Workers 




TYPING STAFF 

Cheryl shows 'em how it's done! 
Left to right, standing: D. Smith; 
J. Valenziano; S. Stefani; G. Park- 
er; J. Parker; B. Silva; J. Parker; 
G. Sampson; K. Borgatti; C. Mala- 
guti; A. Osborne; J. Brigida; G. 
Douglas; M. Viera. Seated at type- 
writer, C. Souza. 



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Half-time 
Entertainment 



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MARCHING GIRLS 

Our pretty entertainment. Left to right: Row one: V. Girard; B. 
Winokur; C. Cabral; A. Patenaude, L. Zoccolante, Leaders; S. Lodi; 
L. Croft; E. Sampson. Row two; B. Bonfiglio; P. Linehan; S. Carter; 

C. Cotti; P. McGovern; L. Jenness; P. Dahl; A. Ceccarelli. Row three; 
L. Giovanetti; K. Montemaggi; E. Jesse; J. Brigida; C. Prussman; 

D. Dunlap; C. Wirtzburger. Row four; C. Wolfenden; M. Luz; P. Tad- 
dia; C. White; S. Cavicchi; P. Randall. Row 5; B. Skulsky; N. Briggs; 
M. Stearns; C. Cristofori; M. Lopes; B. Stein. 



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Blow, Gabriel, blow! Left to right: Row 1; Mr. John 
Pacheco, Director; K. Littlefield; B. Emond; G. Cook; 
R. Figueiredo; P. Malaguti; R. Silva; C. Medeiros; P. 
Bibeau; R. Alves; J. Pacheco, Drum Major. Row 2; 
J. Balonis; R. David; D. Ceccarelli; J. Carter; A. Neri; 
J. Medeiros; S. Keller; L. Washburn; E. Bibeau; R. 
Randall. Row 3; S. Vickery; S. Minsky, W. Girard; R. 



Silva; D. Kramer; B. McLean; W. Briggs; W. Stearns; 
D. Gale; P. LaVoie; E. Smith. Row 4; M. Pratt; C. 
Oliviera; C. Bongiovanni; J. Parker; D. Cavallo; R. 
Whiting; C. Doten; J. Bergamini; J. Walker; G. Cap- 
pannari; D. Watts. Row 5; R. Trask; R. Malaguti; W. 
Dries; P. Bongiovanni; S. Braz; D. McLean; W. Cris- 
tani; C. Taormina; W. Minsky. 



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THE TEAM — 1963 



Row one: A. Young, D. Perry, R. Bonna, P. Basler, 
M. Freyermuth, Co-captain M. Stefani, Co-captain 
K. Stevens, G. Gonsalves, R. Furtado, N. Zaniboni, 
D. Caldwell. Row two: W. Gomes, C. Taormina, M. 
Martin, J. Darsch, M. Weston, G. Jordan, K. Medeiros, 
A. Santos, R. Hunt, R. Maraghy, C. Bongiovanni, G. 
Banker. Row three: R. Janson, M. Babini, D. Cerasuo- 



lo, P. Pinnetti, S. Leonardi, P. Maccaferri, T. May, 
J. Maccaferri, D. Tavares, R. Gallagher, I. Butters, 
Manager Wayne Minsky. Row four: D. Babini, J. Sir- 
rico, S. King, A. Policelli, Coach Joseph DeSisto, 
Coach Dennis Aresta, Coach Henry Cryer, Jr. Not 
present: L. Brewster, E. Holmes. 



Southeastern Conference Champions 



THE RECORD 

Plymouth-Carver 6 Bridgewater-Raynham 

Plymouth-Carver 12 Rockland 

Plymouth-Carver 12 Middleboro 6 

Plymouth-Carver 6 Whitman-Hanson 

Plymouth-Carver 32 Abington 28 

Plymouth-Carver 7 Falmouth 18 

Plymouth-Carver 12 Randolph 

Plymouth-Carver 7 Scituate 2 

Plymouth-Carver 28 Silver Lake 13 




Ya, I found it in Kent's locker. Left to right: 
Assistant Coach, Henry Cryer, Jr.; Head Coach, 
Joseph DeSisto; Athletic Director, Mario Ro- 
mano; Assistant Coach, Dennis Aresta. 



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Plymouth-Carver Wins First 



On September 28 at Siever Field, Plymouth- 
Carver opened its season by defeating Bridge- 
water-Raynham 6-0, on a third quarter Bonna- 
to-Perry pass. A great defense stopped 
Bridgewater fourteen times inside the Ply- 
mouth seven yard line in the last quarter. 

The Blue Eagles gained their second vic- 
tory in the heat at Rockland 12-0, on touch- 
downs by Perry and Holmes. Again the 
defense was outstanding, giving up but four 
first downs as Rockland was forced to punt 
nine times. 

Middleboro became the first team to score 
against Plymouth as it went ahead 6-0, on a 
bootleg play by John Braga; but the Eagles 
came back to win in the second half on two 
touchdowns by quarterback Ralph Bonna. 

On October 19, Plymouth defeated a strong 
Whitman-Hanson eleven 6-0, on a first period 
touchdown by Evan Holmes. It was Ply- 
mouth's third shutout in four games, and 
Whitman's only loss of the season. 

At Abington the following week, Plymouth 
avenged its only loss of the previous year by 
defeating Abington 32-28. Plymouth jump- 
ed to a 32-0 lead in the first half, but Abing- 
ton came back to score twenty-eight points 
in the second half. A second quarter touch- 
down on an interception by Kent Stevens, 
after Ralph Bonna scored two touchdowns and 
passed for two more, proved to be the win- 
ning margin. 



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Carver. 




Southeastern Conference Title 



Playing Lawrence High of Falmouth, a non- 
league opponent, on Monday, October 28, 
Plymouth lost its only game of the season 18-7. 
Falmouth scored on two long passes and a 
blocked punt. Allan Young scored the only 
Plymouth touchdown. 

Randolph proved to be Plymouth's sixth 
victory and fourth shutout of the year, 12-0, at 
Plymouth. George Gonsalves and Norm Zani- 
boni each scored touchdowns, and the Blue 
Devils were held to only one first down. 

The following Saturday Plymouth traveled 
to Scituate, where it triumphed 7-2 to retain 
the conference lead. Dave Perry scored first, 
and the Sailors blocked a punt in the second 
half for a safety. Scituate quarterback Con- 
nelly threw thirty-two passes in a losing cause. 

On Thanksgiving Day, before 6,000 fans, 
Plymouth played Silver Lake, 6 and 1 in league , 
play, at Silver Lake. Ralph Bonna threw his 
eighth, ninth, and tenth touchdown passes of 
the year; and George Gonsalves ran for a 
touchdown as Plymouth won 28-13. 

Plymouth-Carver High won its first South- 
eastern Conference Championship with an 
8-0 conference record and an 8-1 overall 
record. Much of the team's success is due to 
its great head coach, Joseph DeSisto, whose 
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SENIORS 
Row one: R. Mara- 
ghy; M. Freyer- 
muth; K. Stevens, 
co-captain; Coach 
Joseph Desisto; M. 
Stefani, co-captain; 
D. Perry. Row two: 
P. Pinnetti; P. Mac- 
caferri; S. Leonar- 
di; D. Caldwell; C. 
Bongiovanni; R. Bon- 
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Exit The Old . . . Enter The New . . . 

On Thanksgiving Day, 1963, the seniors FRESHMAN RECORD 

played their final varsity football game for „„ c-i t 1 

PCHS ; next fall the freshmen will enter their FL vs - bl,ver Lake 14 "° 

first. P-C vs. Whitman-Hanson 32-12 

In their own 1963 season, Coach Doug Ed- P-C vs. Abington 22-22 

wards' Eaglets compiled an admirable record p_c vs. Middleboro 14-0 

of four wins, one tie, and one loss. Outstanding D „ » j i u n-M 

players were end Don McLean and quarter- FC vs - Kanaol P ft u ' 14 

back Wayne Cristani. P-C vs. Rockland 12-0 

FRESHMAN TEAM — 1963 

Row one: Coach Douglas Edwards, P. Gonsalves, Post, A. Barros. Row three: J. Parent, T. Weston, 

C. Ballard, W. Stearns, W. Cristani, R. St. George, M. McNeil, L. Carter, R. Kallio, P. Gomes, P. Pet- 

D. McLean, J. Benevides, R. Sherwood, H. Morey. roff. Row four: G. Chandler, J. Bothelo, W. Neal, 
Row two: W. Beal, G. Lima, A. Andrews, G. Detrani, M. Perry, W. Briggs, A. Ferazzi, D. Griswold. 

W. Pinto, G. Lawrence, J. Dupuis, A. Pimental, R. 

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Kneeling: P. Sherman; R. Cristani; J. Cotti; B. Stern; B. Guidaboni; B. Gonsalves; 
P. Figlioli; L. Gonsalves. Standing: G. Sherman; J. Barengo; J. Romano; K. Perrv: 
E. Brigida; B. Wood. 

Sing it with a spirit that will start the world along . . . " 

. . . Sparking Spectator Spirits 




Henry Clay Work 
(1832-1884) 



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Whitman-Hanson 5-0 

Abington 0-2 

Silver Lake 3-1 

Hingham 0-3 

Abington 0-2 

Middleboro 3-1 



The record-keeper and the boss . . . 
C. Strassel, Manager; Mrs. Sandra 
Cheverie, Coach. 












VARSITY — 1963 

Chev's girls. Kneeling: S. Scotto, A. Patenaude, K. Monte- 
maggi. Seated: D. Cotti, G. Woodward, D. Prout, J. Hertel. 
Standing: N. Briggs, L. Doll, H. Bubbins, N. Doll, M. Thimas. 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 

P.C vs. Abington 2-1 

P-C vs. Silver Lake 1-0 

P-C vs. Hingham 0-2 

P-C vs. Abington 0-0 

P-C vs. Middleboro 2-1 



Seniors walk happily off the field with a victory for their last game 
. . . Gayle, Linda, Anne, Nancy, and Mary Lou. 



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FIELD HOCKEY— 1963 

FIELD HOCKEY 

The girls' field hockey season was fairly suc- 
cessful. The varsity's record was three wins and 
three losses; the junior varsity team won two 
games, tied one, and lost two. Despite the losses, 
the enthusiasm and fine sportsmanship of the 
team could not have been greater. 

Since most of the varsity and several superb 
jayvee players are returning in the fall, Coach 
Sandra Cheverie hopes for a brilliant season. 



JUNIOR VARSITY — 1963 

More of Chev's girls. Seated: K. Pederzani, D. 
Baker, B. Guerra, M. Prentice, S. Reid. Kneeling: 
K. Crowell, S. Bubbins, C. Oliviera, P. Hayes, K. 
Edwards, L. Giovanetti. Standing: S. Butterfield, 
C. Brigida, D. Edwards, N. Kelly, M. Longever, 
B. Roncarati. 




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CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD 
Row one: J. Pacheco, A. Neri, J. Eufrazio, R. Costa, 
D. Furtado, M. Caton, C. Caramello. Row two: L. 



Stiles, R. Luz, R. Gomes, R. Wild, M. Bagnall, D. 
Perry, Coach Harold Rogers. Row three: D. Costa, P. 
Russel, F. Strassel, N. DeCost, W. Marsh, G. Wright. 




THE RECORD 

Plymouth-Carver 31 Whitman-Hanson _24 

Plymouth-Carver 36 Rockland 19 

Plymouth-Carver 28 Silver Lake 27 

Plymouth-Carver 33 Wareham 22 

Plymouth-Carver 24 Abington 35 

Plymouth-Carver 29 Middleboro 28 

Plymouth-Carver 32 Hingham 23 

Team placed 5th in Old Colony League Meet 
Team placed 7th in South Shore District Meet 



Although the Plymouth-Car- 
ver Harriers suffered a losing 
season in 1963 with 1 win and 
6 losses, the team fared well in 
the Old Colony League Meet, 
placing fifth ; William Marsh 
taking home a medal for an ex- 
cellent performance. 



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"We hail science 

as man's truest and noblest helper. 



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(1774-1842) 



Encouraging Scientific 
Interest . . . Promoting 
School Spirit 

"Then give three cheers, 
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LABORATORY ASSISTANTS 

'Gater Guardians. Row one: E. Ottino, M. 
Pearson, R. Greaves. Row two: P. Niemi, 
R. Bradley, S. Aguiar. Row three: J. Dur- 
kin, F. Richards. 



The Pep Squad, comprised of girls from all classes, 
meets seventh periods to learn and practice the new 
PCHS cheers to encourage student support of the 



cheerleaders. The group is coached by the cheerlead- 
ers and by Miss Nancy MacDuffee. 




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Service . . . 



"Payments behind, boys?" Seated: Mr. Romano. 
Standing: G. Wood, C. Wood, D. Malaguti, P. Tache, 
S. Wirtzburger. 



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"The girls — oh, sorry, Peter!" Row one: L. Watterson, A. 
Burgess, L. Watterson, B. Silva, G. Sherman. Row two: 
J. Pratt, S. Cavicchi, L. Neal, P. Rose, S. Gallager. Row 
three: B. Winokur, M. Cook, B. Morse, C. Souza, A. Belan- 
ger. Row four: G. Sampson, S. Bergamini, C. Petit, P. 
Bongiovanni, S. Johnson. Row five: A. Osborne, B. Schnei- 
der, V. Harris. 



"Light is the task 

when many share the toil r 

Homer (c.1000 B. C.) 




FIFTEEN-CENT-A-WEEK COLLECTORS 

A.11 student and teachers are encouraged to join the Fifteen-Cent-A- Week-Plan to help 
maintain and support the athletic program, the S. A. S. and the Pilgrim. Home room 
and floor collectors foster participation in the plan and effect its smooth operation. 
Among the benefits to members are free admittance to all home athletic events and 
reduced rates at all "away" games. Members also receive the Pilgrim for a small 
assessment. 





LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 



The bookworms. Row one: C. Giovanetti; C. Mela- 
houres; A. Burgess; H. Hollis; G. Douglas; A. 
Osborne; M. Costa; S. Gallagher; L. Cadose. Row 
two: Miss Audrey Ziergiebel, Librarian; D. Anderson; 
L. Cappannari; C. Cline; K. Edwards; D. Hall; A. 

. . . Learning Through 
On-The-Job Experience 




OFFICE ASSISTANTS 
Row one: M. Viera, L. Watterson, K. Bastoni. Row two: 
B. Skulsky, S. Enos, J. Cavicchi, S. Johnson. Row three: 
K. Borgatti, G. Douglas, S. Bergamini, M. Souza. 



Engstrom; P. Maccaferri; V. Hathaway. Row three: 
J. Balonis; R. Bartlett; G. Cabral; J. Eufrazio; P. 
MacLean; D. Baker; P. Smith; A. Sotirkys; B. 
McLean. 




Look busy, girls! Marion, Marjorie, and Judy. 



"Always at work. 



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(1694-1778) 



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DEAN'S COUNCIL 

Les jeunes filles tres chics! Row one: R. Barrows, V. Hathaway, L. Barufaldi, C. Lafayette, Z. Lewis, 

W. Gomes, D. Fernandes, C. Barrows, N. Silva, M. Bagnall, B. Buckley, J. Pacheco. Row three: B. 

Dean Mrs. Alice Urann, S. Lewis, D. Wright, M. Silva, S. Enos, S. Sherman, L. Watterson, B. Ron- 

Thimas, D. Tribeau, S. Gallagher, D. Pacheco. carati, M. Lopes, J. Swift, V. Swift, D. Lopes, L. 

Row two: I. Pacheco, P. Proctor, J. Maki, D. Hall, Watterson, M. Nickerson. 



LEADER CORPS 

P-C's own police force. Row one: J. Pratt, L. Watterson, P. Ro- 
mano, B. Schneider, S. Cavicchi. Row two: G. Lawrence, C. 
Cristofori, K. Bastoni, M. Luz, S. Gallagher. Row three: P. Ran- 
dall, L. Croft, M. Thomas, D. Guaraldi, S. Vickery. Row four: 
B. Silva, R. Tucker, K. Sullivan. 




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sponsored a fashion show in which 
they modeled both fashions of Ply- 
mouth merchants and those they 
had made themselves. 



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Mrs. Campbell Praed 
(1851-1935) 



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FALL 

ACTIVITIES 



The finale to the fall sports season was the field 
hockey game between the varsity football team and 
the varsity hockey team. Which was the stronger 
sex? — Mary Lou, Linda, Mike, and Norman. 




Wild is the music of autumnal winds 
amongst the faded woods. " 



William Wordsworth 
(1770-1850) 



Lunch time for the Pilgrim chain gang. — 
Carol, TeeDee, Linda, Cheryl, and Anne. 





'I hate the Monkey, but . . ." — D. J. Joe. 




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It is winter in Plymouth; 

myriads of snow flakes driven before the wind 

cling to bare branches 

and gather in peaked drifts. 

Frozen lace 

makes patterns against the sky. 

Slippery sidewalks, 

shovels, skiis, and skates — 

it is winter. 

Orange bus lights blink, blink . . . early, 

too early in the morning. 

Car doors slam shut, 

people blow 

on frozen fingers; 

and another day of school begins. 

History, algebra, 

. . . clubs meet; 

the Senior Shoiv, Our Town, 

prom plans expand. 

The ball drops neatly into the basket. 

It is winter in Plymouth, 

and we, 

like the Pilgrim Fathers, 

are subject to nature's vehemence. 

We see icicles like jagged teeth 

and watch the violent northeast wind 

bending the trees 

in an exaggerated embrace. 

Many of the Pilgrims silently died 

that first winter 

and were stealthily buried 

so that the Indians would not notice 

how greatly their numbers had diminished. 

Others who endured 

strove that the principle they stood for 

could not die. 

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STUDENT COUNCIL 

"...personal magnetism which influences others to become willing followers..." 
Seated: A. Gray; C. Lopes; J. Furtado, Secretary; C. Pacheco; L. Cadose; C. 
Kendrick, President. Standing: J. Sylva; C. Caramello; G. Banker; B. Stern; 
C. Spelman; B. Stein, Treasurer; K. Montemaggi; L. Lane, Vice President; 
C. Gellar; Mr. Robert Larson, Advisor. 

. . . To Develop Leadership . . . 

"Character is moral order 
seen through the medium 
of an individual nature." 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 

(1803-1882) 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

. . . "Excellence of achievement in every line of endeavor ..." 

Kneeling: B. Stern, A. Patenaude. Seated: J. Sylva, J. Larson, P. Hale, M. 

Freyermuth. Standing: V. Harris, B. Knowles, N. Briggs, Absent: S. Sampson. 






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Presenting "Our Town 



Students wasted little time before taking advan- 
tage of PCHS's theatrical facilities. On February 
12-13, 1964, after long weeks of rehearsal under 
the direction of Miss Janet Draghetti and Miss 
Glenna Plaisted, the newly-formed drama group 
staged an admirable performance of Thornton 
Wilder's Our Town. 



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Editor Webb and family. — Nancy Briggs, Martha 
Stearns, Evan Holmes (standing), and Paul Wil- 
liams. 





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The two directors, Miss Glenna Plaisted 
and Miss Janet Draghetti. 



"The drama 
is the look of 
the people." 



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THE CAST 

"Grover's Corners, New Hampshire. Population Leland, J. Policow (kneeling), N. Briggs, E. Holmes, 

2,642." — The cast assembles for a curtain call: E. P. Williams, M. Stearns, W. Briggs, E. Bibeau, D. 

Ottino, B. Silva, B. Meyer, A. Engstrom, J. Leonardi, Hathaway, A. Costa, S. Sampson, R. Costa, D. 

M. Perault, D. Britton, J. Ballard, K. Sperry, S. Macneil, J. Birnstein, M. Montanari, and J. Walker. 

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VARSITY— 1964 

Hank's boys. Row one: L. Brewster, W. Gomes, K. Figueiredo, I. Butters, G. Wood. Row three: Man- 

Stevens, C. Kendrick, P. Fowler, D. Perry. Row ager W. Minsky, M. Martin, J. Pacheco, D. Correa, 

two: A. Rogers, J. Darsch, A. Neri, A. Gray, R. R. Gomes, Manager C. Caramello. 

OLD COLONY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 



E. MASS. TOURNAMENT 
CLASS C CHAMPIONS 



VARSITY SCOREBOARD 



Pre-Season Games 

Plymouth-Carver 67 

Plymouth-Carver 52 

Old Colony League Games 

Plymouth-Carver 71 

Plymouth-Carver 77 

Plymouth-Carver 60 

Plymouth-Carver 87 

Plymouth-Carver __ 60 

Plymouth-Carver 80 

Plymouth-Carver 61 

Plymouth-Carver 77 

Plymouth-Carver 65 

Plymouth-Carver 67 

Plymouth-Carver 69 

Pylmouth-Carver 48 

Plymouth-Carver 82 

Plymouth-Carver 58 

Plymouth-Carver 55 

Eastern Massachusetts Tournament 

Plymouth-Carver 57 

Plymouth-Carver _59 

Plymouth-Carver 44 



Coyle 73 

Alumni 55 

Wareham 55 

Abington 64 

Middleboro 44 

Hingham 60 

Silver Lake 54 

Whitman-Hanson 62 

Rockland 40 

Wareham 57 

Abington 55 

Middleboro 45 

Hingham 51 

Silver Lake 43 

Whitman-Hanson 51 

Rockland 59 

O. C. L. All-Stars 62 

Games 

Holy Family 42 

Sharon 52 

Chelmsford . 42 



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Harold Rogers, whose 
teams have captured 
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With four starters returning from a 1963 team 
that barely missed two championships, Coach Hank 
Rogers' Blue Eagles fulfilled all expectations of an 
excellent season by capturing the Old Colony Lea- 
gue championship for the second time in three 
years and the Eastern Mass. Class C championship 
for the third time in four years. 

The first game, in December at Taunton, saw the 
Eagles lose 67-73 to a strong Coyle team (who 
rolled on to become co-champions in the stiff 
competition of their own Class A Bristol County 
League). P-C then lost to the Alumni 52-55 at the 
new Plymouth-Carver gymnasium. After these first 
two disappointments, Eagle fans cheered to thirteen 
consecutive P-C league victories. 

Throughout the first half of the season P-C won 
most of its games easily, led by the scoring of 
Carleton Kendrick, the terrific ball-handling of 
Larry Brewster, and the outstanding all-around play 
of Kent Stevens. The only close game occurred 
at Silver Lake, where the Eagles won 60-54. In 
what was considered the first of the two "big games," 
P-C decisively whipped arch-rival and defending lea- 
gue champion Rockland High 61-40 at Plymouth. 
Following five further victories, P-C clinched the 
Old Colony League title as the team beat Whitman- 
Hanson 82-51 at Plymouth. The following Friday the 
winning streak was broken at Rockland as the 
Bulldogs edged a 59-58 win. Plymouth-Carver placed 
three players — Kent Stevens. Carleton Ken- 
drick, and Larry Brewster — on the AU-Star team. 
Kendrick led the O.C.L. in scoring with 415 points, 
and averaged 25 points a game. 

Struck by bad luck, P-C lost the AU-Star game 
55-62 as Carleton Kendrick injured his ankle in the 
second quarter. Faced with a lack of height, the Blue 
Eagles could not control the backboards against an 
exceptionally tall All-Star team. 



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Because of its fine record, P-C drew a "bye" for 
the first round of the Eastern Mass. Tourney. In the 
quarter-finals, led by Kent Stevens and Dennis 
Perry, the Blue Eagles defeated Holy Family of 
New Bedford 57-42 at North Quincy. The semi- 
finals in Boston Garden on March 10 saw P-C 
matched against undefeated Sharon, Hockomock Lea- 
gue Champions led by Jim Shyne and Don Klos. 
Before 10 busloads of enthusiastic P-C students, 
the Eagles won 59-52 as Paul Fowler and Kent 
Stevens tied for high scorer with 14 points each. 

Now a finalist for the fourth consecutive year (a 
Class C record), P-C met Chelmsford, winner of 
48 straight Lowell Suburban League games, for 
the third time in three years. Kent Stevens gave 
fans several anxious minutes as he injured his 
ankle in a fall late in the third quarter, but he 
returned in the fourth to prove a decisive factor in 
the game. In this tight, hard-fought struggle P-C 
emerged victorious 44-42 on the final foul shots of 
Larry Brewster, thus avenging the loss in the Tech 
finals to this same team in 1963. 

This victory completed P-C's 1964 season with a 
16-2 official record, giving Coach Harold Rogers 192 
career victories and his third Class C crown, a 
record in itself. Congratulations both to him and 
to his 1964 "starting six" — Carleton, Kent, Larry, 
Paul, Dennis, and Wayne! 



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Henry's boys. Row one: J. Medeiros, D. Andrews, S. N. DeCost, D. Furtado, M. Caton, Coach Henry 

Pimental, R. Fry, R. Furtado, R. Wild, J. Clark. Row Cryer. 

two: R. Gomes, R. David, R. Pederzani, A. Policelli, 



Hoop it, Wayne! 



JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD 




P-C vs. Wareham 33-26 P-C vs. 

P-C vs. Abington 37-30 P-C vs. 

P-C vs. Hingham 34-32 P-C vs. 

P-C vs. Silver Lake 24-48 P-C vs. 

P-C vs. Whit.-Han. 48-41 P-C vs. 

P-C vs. Rockland 38-37 P-C vs. 

P-C vs. Middleboro 24-35 P-C vs. 



Wareham 38-33 

Abington 48-32 

Middleboro 33-42 

Hingham 32-35 

Silver Lake 38-29 

Whit.-Han. 33-24 

Rockland 39-67 



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Dennis, Larry, Paul, Kent, and Carleton. 



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FRESHMAN SCOREBOARD 
P-C vs. Wareham won (not rec). 

P-C vs. Abington 54-30 

P-C vs. Middleboro .... 53-31 
P-C vs. Bridge.-Ray. . . . 54-33 
P-C vs. Silver Lake .... 41-43 

P-C vs. Whit.-Han 52-25 

P-C vs. Rockland 41-38 

P-C vs. Wareham 43-33 

P-C vs. Abington 45-39 

P-C vs. Middleboro 33-25 

P-C vs. Bridge.-Ray. . . . 29-42 
P-C vs. Silver Lake .... 46-22 

P-C vs. Whit.-Han 34-25 

P-C vs. Rockland 39-33 





The Freshman boys' basketball team completed their first 
season at PCHS in fine style with a 14-2 record. The seventeen- 
man squad went down hard ; one game was lost in a triple over- 
time. Top point-getter was forward Jerry Rose, who was 
assisted by such able players as "hustler" Wayne Cristani, and 
defense man Bob Kallio. We guess that there is plenty of good 
material here to fill the ranks of future varsity squads ! 

FRESHMAN TEAM — 1964 

Doug's boys. Row one: R. Kallio, W. Cristani, D. McLean, J. Rose. W. 
Pinto, A. Andrews, Coach Douglas Edwards. Row Two: P. Gonsalves, S. 
Minsky, P. Matinzi, R.. Buttner, W. Macomber, A. Ferazzi, D. Hale, F. 
Richman. Row three: Manager J. Carter, G. Lawrence, J. Benevides, J. 
Tassinari, Manager A. Pimental. 



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. LET'S GO, P-C HIGH, LET'S GO! 

"Zealous, yet modest. " 




James Beattle 
(1735-1805) 



CHEERLEADERS - WINTER 

"Smile - — but don't anyone move!" 
Row one: B. Gonsalves, P. Figlioli, 
G. Sherman, J. Barengo. Row two: 
J. Cotti, B. Stern, C. Buckley. Top: 
R. Cristani. 



. . . Putting their heads together. 
— Clockwise: Roberta, Jane, 
Glenda, Paula, Cooky, Cece, 
Brenda, and Jean. 



The totem pole — Co-captains 
Brenda Stern and Paula Figlioli. 




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— Looks like they won! Row one: S. Bubbins, S. Sampson, Captain M. Thimas, 
L. Doll, N. Doll. Row two: D. Prout, B. Roncarati, H. Bubbins, D. Lopes. 





Mary Lou gets the jump — as usual. 



VARSITY SCOREBOARD 

P-C vs. Abington 21-33 

P-C vs. Middleboro . . . 27-20 

P-C vs. Hingham 26-25 

P-C vs. Silver Lake . . . 28-14 

P-C vs. Rockland 26-19 

P-C vs. Whit.-Han. . . . 29-27 
P-C vs. Abington .... 21-31 
P-C vs. Middleboro . . . 31-17 
P-C vs. Hingham .... 30-17 
P-C vs. Silver Lake . . . 16-23 
P-C vs. Whit.-Han. . . . 23-30 
P-C vs. Rockland 23-31 



The huddle — Coach Cheverie 
shows her team the road to 
victory. 



Mary Lou 



Seniors 
wear 
No. 24, 
No. 25, 
No. 30 
for the 
last time. 



Play Basketball Too . . . 





The management. V. Girard, Manager; Mrs. 
Sandra Cheverie, Coach; G. Wolfenden, 
Manager; Miss Nancy MacDuffee, Coach. 



Courtney gets the jump. 




The Plymouth-Carver girls' basketball team enjoyed a 
successful season this year. The varsity record was 
seven wins and five losses; the junior varsity won ten 
games and lost two. High scorer for the varsity was 
Nancy Doll with 103 points. Coaches Sandra Cheverie 
and Nancy MacDuffee have a promising team for the 
near future. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD 

P-C vs. Abington 31-9 

P-C vs. Middleboro 15-12 

P-C vs. Hingham 27-5 

P-C vs. Silver lake 16-10 

P-C vs. Whitman-Hanson 15-9 

P-C vs. Rockland 18-17 

P-C vs. Abington 28-7 

P-C vs. Middleboro 16-21 

P-C vs. Hingham 19-11 

P-C vs. Silverlake 23-12 

P-C vs. Whitman-Hanson 9-12 

P-C vs. Rockland 18-12 



JUNIOR VARSITY 

Row 1: C. Silvia, B. Fernandes, W. Gomes, 
L. Barrows, K. Santos. Row 2: M. Prentice, 
L. Giovanetti, C. Oliviera, L. Rose. Row 3: 
J. Courtney, N. Kelly, M. Longever. 







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BOYS' VARSITY CLUB 

The Eagles. — Row one: N. Zaniboni; M. Freyer- 
muth; Mr. Mario Romano, advisor; K. Stevens; 
M. Stefani. Row two: R. Bonna; S. Leonardi; 
P. Maccaferri; D. Caldwell; D. Perry. Row 
three: W. Willard; L. Brewster; A. Neri; D. 
Furtado; P. Pinnetti. Row four: W. Gomes; R. 
Luz; R. Gomes; C. Caramello; R. Greaves; E. 
Holmes. Row five: G. Silva; R. Costa; P. Bas- 
ler; W. Marsh; C. Millican; C. Bongiovanni. 
Row six: W. Minsky; C. Kendrick; G. Banker; 
R. Maraghy; G. Wright; R. Furtado. Row 
seven: M. Weston; G. Jordan; J. Darsch; D. 
Perry; A. Young; S. Nelson. 



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"To be strong is to be happy. " 



Henry W. Longfellow 

(1807-1882) 



The Amazons. — Row one: Miss Nancy MacDuf- 
fee, Advisor; B. Stern; C. Silvia; D. Parker; 
D. Lopes; D. Prout; N. Doll; M. Thimas; S. 
Carter; K. Crowell; C. Wirtzburger; K. Monte- 
maggi; Mrs. Sandra Cheverie, Advisor. Row 
two: M. Pina; M. Prentice; B. Stein; J. Stern; 
J. Scagliarini; E. Enos; J. Romano; J. Barengo; 
S. Hinckley; C. Lanman; P. Griffin; R. Cristani. 



Row three: G. Parker; S. Butterfield; H. Bub- 
bins; P. Figlioli; B. Guidaboni; C. White; P. 
Zucchelli; C. Strassel; B. Guerra; D. McNeil; 
J. Hertel; L. Giovanetti; N. Kelley. Row four: 
L. Pina; C. Costa; N. Sutherland; L. Koblantz; 
Z. Lewis; S. Edwards; C. Gonsalves; P. Taver- 
nelli; W. Gomes; C. Besse; D. Huston; P. Hayes; 
J. Bumpas; K. Pederzani. 








NEWSPAPER STAFF 

The Newspaper Staff, reorganized this year, has body. Advisors Mr. William Dillon (editorial) and 

worked hard to develop the monthly Clarion into a Miss Phyllis Moscatello (production), Editors Martha 

quality school paper and to encourage its use as a Stearns and Sally Butterfield, and the entire staff 

means of expression for all members of the student can be proud of their outstanding publication. 



Reporting School Activities . . . 



"The pen became a clarion. " 



Henry W. Longfellow 
(1807-1882) 



"Every American must take . . . seriously . . . his 
responsibility for achieving and maintaining a 
democratic society of a truly model kind, ..." 




. . Assisting Student Council 



John F. Kennedy 
(1917-1963) 

SAS HOMEROOM DELEGATES 

The S. A. S. Reserve.— Row 1: D. Hall, N. Whiting, Engstrom, S. Bubbins, E. Holmes, G. White, S. 

E. Sampson, L. Cadose, D. Sirtiff, S. Kendall, B. Mullany. Row 3: W. Gomes, R. Maraghy, T. That- 

Buckley, E. Erickson, S. Ryan. Row 2: J. Ferro, J. cher, M. Thimas, K. Post, C. Cotti, J. Larson, Z. 

MacNamara, D. Correa, E. Bibeau, P. Pascoe, A. Louis, L. Triplett, A. Cleveland. 



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CHESS CLUB 
Row one: M. Clements, A. Burt, 
Advisor Mr. Howard Goodwin, M. 
Freyermuth, G. White, F. Richards, 
Row two: W. Bagley, C. Knight, 

A. Basinski, R. Haigh, A. Pate- 
naude, J. Basinski, P. Bongiovanni. 
Row three: J. Mackenzie, D. Gibbs, 

B. Warner, E. Erickson, J. Smith, 
B. Knowles, T. Spellman. Row 
four: A. Lamb, W. Ketchen. R. 
Bartlett, E. Holmes, R. Owens. Row 
five: H. Prussman, P. Niemi, R. 
Bradley, P. Strout, R. Tucker, R. 
Keay. 



"The chess-board is the world, 

he pieces are the phenomena of the universe, the rules of the game are what 

we call the laws of Nature. 

The player on the other side is hidden from us. 

We know that his play is always fair, just, and patient. 

But also we know, to our cost, that he never overlooks a mistake, 

or makes the smallest allowance for ignorance." Thomas Henry Huxley 

(1825-1895) 

. . . To Stimulate Competition . . . 

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MATH 
Row one: W. Campbell, H. Antoinetti, A. Sherman, 
D. Perry, Advisor Mr. Frederick Arata, Gary Zocco- 
lante, Secretary J. Govoni, L. Triplett, A. Santes, M. 
Montanari. Row two: R. Keay, D. Clifton, C. Bon- 
giovanni, W. Minsky, G. Robbins, D. Ceccarelli, D. 
Souza, C. Millican. Row three: J. Larson, S. Samp- 



Francis Bacon 
(1561-1626) 
CLUB 

son, N. Briggs, P. Hale, M. Thimas, J. Romano, B. 
Knowles, L. Croft, M. Savery, D. Giles, A. Neri. 
Row four: S. Sherman, R. Silva, P. Swartz, F. Wilbur, 
W. Parker, W. Moores, A. Patenaude, D. Costa, 
M. Freyermuth. 



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GLEE CLUB 

Their jubilant voices! Left to right, Row one: Birnstein. Row three: J. Wagner; D. Ide; G. 

K. Sullivan; K. Davis; K. Bastoni; Mr. Donald Sherman; C. Cabral; D. Gibbs; P. Rose; R. 

Morrison, Director; P. Boyer; T. Pierson, J. Tucker. Row four: C. Gellar; G. Gill; E. Riordan; 

Leland. Row two: N. Sutherland; P. Bourne ;''E. L. LeFort; E. Jesse; J. Brigida; E. Moore; D. 

Ottino; K. Griffin; D. Hathaway; W. Moores; J. Ricardo. 




Tools of the trade. 



'Intellect brain force. " 



J. C. F. von Schiller 
(1759-1805) 



: A song will outlive all 
sermons in the memory. 



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Henry Giles 
(1895-1935) 



. . and appreciation . 



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The eggheads — Left to right, Row one: P. Zucchelli; M. Stearns; S. 
Edwards; D. Watts; S. Mullany; C. Besse; N. Pedrini; Mr. Bernard 
Barufaldi, Advisor. Row two: C. White; F. Ricardo; J. Durkin; G. 
White; M. Freyermuth; J. Pacheco; P. Niemi; D. Lane. Row three: 
R. Silva; R. Figueiredo; A. Gray; B. Sampson; T. Bastoni; S. Cline; 
D. Kramer; N. Prussman. Row four: D. Souza; R. Sand; D. Torrence; 
K. Griffin; G. Cappannari; P. Hale; N. Briggs; S. Wood; C. Spelman. 
Row five: J. Whiting; C. Sampson; L. Carter; G. Banker; A. Pate- 
naude; B. Knowles; W. Parker; G. Zoccolante; J. Pierson. 




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BLUE 

MIST . . 



"On with the dance! Let joy be confirmed!" 
No sleep till morn, when youth and pleasure 

meet, 
To chase the glowing hours with flying feet." 



Lord Byron 

(1788-1824) 





Pretty girls, good music 
for a successful prom? 



what more is needed 



The Lineup — our senior officers and their dates. Left to 
right: Linda Zoccolante; Donald Caldwell, V. President; 
Brenda Stern, Secretary; Joseph Sylva, President; Linda 
Doll; Paul Fowler, Treasurer. 



On January 18, 1964, in a cafeteria 
transformed into an ice-blue winter won- 
derland, the class of 1964 danced to the 
music of Barry Brown's orchestra at their 
prom, Blue Mist. The senior prom, an 
innovation at PCHS, was a wonderful 
success due to the efforts of the hard- 
working co-chairmen, Gayle Woodward 
and Sandra Sampson. 




What's so grand about the grand march? My feet hurt. 



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The queen and her king 
and William Moores. 



Anne Patenaude 







Everybody monkey, yeh! . . . Pilgrim Sneaker 
Hop. 



WINTER 

ACTIVITIES . . . 



O Winter, 
ruler of the inverted y ear ! ,y 

James Thomson 

(1700-1748) 




The power of positive thinking . . . Chess 
Club competition. 



Girls, your knees are showing! 
. . . Pony Chorus practices for 
the senior show. 







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£o/£ grreew newness, 

the stimulating sweetness 

of dark earth unthawed, 

mayflowers ivory-pink 

growing under a crumbling cover 

of brown leaves — 

these are the signs 

of spring in Plymouth, 

the signs we search for, 

the signs the Pilgrims prayed for. 

To us 

spring promises warm days, 

baseball, hearts and flowers. 

To the Pilgrims 

it promised life. 

With the warmth 

and gentleness of spring 

a sense of renewal 

came to the Pilgrims, 

a sense of beginning. 

So also to us comes 

the exhilaration of the promise 

of growth. 

So also to us comes a renewal 

of energy. We see. We smell. 

We feel. We yearn to stretch 

and run, to touch the sun, 

to taste the wind. 

We are alive. 

The Pilgrims also felt the exhilaration 

of stirring, stretching. 

They had long been stifled 

by winter's unwavering severity. 

But now spring is here. 

Now we begin again as they did. 



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Two heads are better than one for the 
headaches of directing. — Chris and 
Teedee pore over the script. 



Senorita Bonita — ole! 



"Success does not consist in never 
making blunders, but in never 
making the same one the second 
time. " 



Moribundia — the boys' Precision Chorus rehearses to the tunes of David Rose: W. 
Moores, G. Silva, R. Fry, P. Maccaferri, M. Andrews, L. Strassel, G. Sherman, B. Hall, 
D. Caldwell, G. Pearson, J. Keller, and N. Zaniboni. 



Henry Wheeler Shaw 

(1818-1885) 





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PRESENT . . . 



The unbarbershopped quartet — G. Sherman, B. Hall, 
R. Corbett, R. Hedge. 




"THREE SCORE and FOUR!' 



The members of the class of 1964 channelled 
much of their enthusiasm and energy into the 
production of a variety show, a musical revue 
of the twentieth century entitled "Three Score 
and Four." The first production of this kind 
at Plymouth-Carver High School, the show 
was also unique in that it was completely plan- 
ned and directed by the students themselves. 
The various committees — continuity, pub- 
licity, tickets, house, programs, ushers, and 
singing and dancing choruses — were ably led 



by Director Teedee Spelman, Assistant Direct- 
or Christine Wirtzburger, and Senior Class 
Advisor Clare Driscoll. The long hours of re- 
hearsal were not only work, but also fun, and 
an experience in cooperative efforts to reach 
a common goal. The students' endeavors were 
well-rewarded; for the show, presented on 
April 10 and 11, was a smashing success, and 
proof of the creativity and responsibility of 
the seniors. 








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Uncle Sam needs you! — Some of the Ponies rehearse as sailors for "The Grand Old 
Flag" scene: C. Wolfenden, V. Swift, V. Girard, L. Otto, P. Rose, C. Petit, L. Jenness, 
P. Dahl, P. Linehan, B. Stern, B. Winokur, and M. Costa. 



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LATIN CLUB 

The Latin Club is comprised of nearly all students Nancy Kelly plan activities to encourage appreciation 

enrolled m Latin classes. Advisor Mr. John Taver- of the culture of ancient Rome. Each spring club 

nelh; Consul David Malaguti; Scriba Lois Giovanetti; members attend the local convention of the Junior 

Quaestor Stephanie Bubbis; and Comitia members Classical League. 
Lois Erickson, Sheldon Keller, Donald Correa, and 



"Language 

is the picture and counterpart of thought. 



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Mark Hopkins 

(1802-1887) 




. . . Learning About Other Lands and Peoples 




"Travel to learn character. " 



Miss Pardoe 
(1806-1862) 



TRAVEL CLUB 



Travel Club, open to all foreign-language students, 
meets several times a year with Advisor Miss Iris 
Albertini to see color slides of foreign lands and 
hear accompanying lectures. The group this year 
heard our foreign student Edward Karanja speak on 
Kenya. Highlights of the club's yearly agenda were 



the special Christmas program and a field trip in 
the spring. Officers for 1963-64 were President, 
Donald Caldwell; Vice-President, Edward Goodwin; 
Secretary, Valerie Girard; and Treasurer, Clyde 
Bongiovanni. 




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"Aren't you a little eager?" — Jean 
and George model gowns as seniors 
begin planning their graduation exer- 
cises. 




"Hmmm, smells like the clutch is burning." — Judy and 
Steve, two of many seniors participating in the road 
training of the driver education program with Mr. 
Manning and Mr. Gomes. 





'Belt it out, Kids!" — Mr. Morrison's chorus practices songs from Carousel. 



SPRING 
ACTIVITIES 

"Spring is come home 

with her world-wandering feet. 
And all things are made young 

with young desires. " 



Francis Thompson 
(1859-1907) 



Shoulders back, head up, chest out . . . Tippa, 
Pam, and Jeanette practice the "correct" walk, 
following the suggestions of Mrs. Ruth Lang 
Fitzgerald, lecturer at the Charm Course for 
girls, sponsored by the Dean's Council. 





"You mean now that we've 
been elected we have to carry 
out our campaign promises?" 
— Freshman class officers : 
Donald Kramer, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Betty Fernandez, Sec- 
retary; Carmen Lopes, 
President; Thomas Bastoni, 
Treasurer. 



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"Youth comes 

but once in a lifetime. 



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Henry W. Longfellow 
(1807-1882) 



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. . . Paul 

John 

George 

Ringo . . . 

Beatle Mania! 



a new awareness 

of people . . . 

personalities 

faces 

minds 

similarities 

differences 

ideas 

. . a new awareness 

of people 




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. . . look out at — 

snowy-cold spaciousness 

look around — 

measuring eyes 

blue 

brown 

green 

already appreciating 

a smile 

a blush . . . 



. . . small things 

tiny things 

trifles lost 

in everydayness 

are 

(as the saying goes) 

the things 
that mean a lot . . . 




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He wears the rose of youth 
upon him. " 



William Shakespeare 
(1564-1616) 



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Try Beetle in the seventh — Sophomore class officers and advisors. Richard Gallagher, 
Vice-President; Charles Caramello, President; Mrs. Leona Swartz, Advisor; Mr. 
Willard Mondeau, Advisor; Carol Brigida, Secretary; Robert Silva, Treasurer. 







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. . . study . . . 

a2+b2=C2 

. . . the vengeance . . . 

phylum chordata 
scientia potestas est 



... Is 
everybody 

ready? . . . 

monkey 

monkey 
MONKEY! 



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. . . wan winter sun 

spreading greyness among us 

cannot really 

reach 

touch . . . 




make-up 

girl talk 
clothes 
hairdos 

. . boys . . 



. . . the fun-nutty, 

crazy things we laugh 

to remember — and 

often would prefer 
to forget . . . 




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to the dreams of thy youth. 



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(1759-1805) 



CLASS OF 1965 








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. . . new school . 

new friends . . 

new glory boy . 





. Saturday sunshine 
suspense, speed . . . 
the half-time lull . . . 



. . . looking on past 

triumphs 

cups — plaques 

gold 

silver 

polished wood 

the hard-won laurels 

of hard-working teams . 











... do you 

remember ? 

the day we . . 

posed for the 

Pilgrim? 







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CLASS OF 1964 . . . 



so many differences . . . 
classmates 
additions 
subtractions 
minor evolutions 
surroundings 
P.H.S. 

Plymouth-Carver 
philosophies 

we thought we were . . . 
we weren't 

we thought we might 
we could 
we couldn't 
we thought we knew 
we didn't 

we thought 
we think 
we are 
so many differences . . . 





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... it is important 
to be a part of things . 
to be with people . . . 
to be active . . . 
to be so alive . . . 
to be us . . . 





. . . Show's Workshop . . . 

the good times 

that make us remember . . . 

people . . . 

places . . . 

wobbly cakes and floats . . 



Memories crowd in . . . 
. . do you remember 
. . sophomore year . . 
. . the Latin Club convention 
. . the tourney 
. . the big seniors 
. . Mr. Stires . . . 
and Margo . . . 

. . and Jean . . . 
. . . and . . . 




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. . . the waxy smell 
of freshly polished 
floors . . . 

dusty lockers 
inkiness of 

new books . . . 




. . . scarred blackboards 
scrawled solutions . . . 
scarlet sweaters 
disrupt the classroom 
beige and green . . . 





. . . rough wind 
scraping skin 

chapped hands 

numb toes 
. . . shivery explosions 

of excitement 



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. . . pony chorus 
horse chorus 

continuity 

specialties . . . 

The Senior Show 

stimulus — Tee Dee 

cast — senior class 



. . laugh it up 

laugh it down 

high 

low 

giggle 

guffaw . . . 



. . . the last year 

of high school . . . 

P.C.H.S. 

stimulation of classes, 

teachers ; 

omnipresent homework 

P.C.H.S. 




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mannerisms 

personalities 

smiles . . . 

the things we will remember 






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dances . . . 

an evolution in 

three years — 

twist 

hully-gully 

locomotion 

mashed potatoes 

flintstone 

bounce 

slide 

slop 

monkey — 




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SENIOR JOTTINGS 



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"Bonjour, Jeanne, Jeanne, Jeanne." "QUIET!" "Hi, Lover." 
"I wanna hold your hand." "Now, Billy." "Flirt!" "Get 'em!" 
"Yesterday her hair was brown." "Your pass?" "Uh ..." 
"Party? Where?" "Do I have to explain it in words of a HALF 
syllable?" "Machiavelli was a ... " "Nice talk!" "It's no big 
thing!" "Hmm, class?" "Brick brownies and fallen marble 
cake ..." "A-VE!" "Maintain your coolness." "You look 
like.." "CHAMPIONS!" "Get dressed or take an T' !" "NO!" 
"I stripped the gears." "WHAT, CLASS?" "All night party on 
Overlook Hill" "RIGHT!" "They broke up ... again !" "Really?" 
"CLEAR THE CORRIDORS!" "Ponies — on stage!" "Hold 
your seats 'til the end of the game." "It's due second period, 
what'll I do?" "Calm down, Linda!" "Check it out!" REPETI- 
TION IS THE MOTHER ..." "Haw, haw haw!" "Work? 
Who, ME?" "It cracks me up!" "Boys and girls ... " "Not too 
swift." "We'll call it a panel meeting." "Forget it!" "INTO 
YOUR CAGES !" "I don't wanna hear it !" "No class." 

"ZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ..." 
"Crutches, anyone?" "YEAH, YEAH, YEAH!" "May I have 
a ride, Pete?" "Confiscate that uncovered Physics book !" "Talk 
about ..." "How sweet it is !" "Leave it to the Seniors !" 
"Nice night for a . . . (sigh)" 



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"Then it's decided; we'll recommend lounge furniture and a coke machine 
for our student lobby." — Members of the Student Exchange Committee: 
Daniel Carvalho, Betty Sue Stein, John Minahan, Lois Giovanetti, and 
Donna Prout. 





"Nothing succeeds so 
well as success. " 



Charles Maurice Talleyrand 
(1754-1838) 



"Who, me?"— Winner D.A.R. 
award for Best Girl Citizen, 
Brenda Stern. 



Eddie feels at home. — 
Foreign student Edward 
Karanja of Kenya. 




"Do I look like a politician?" — 
Student Government Day Repre- 
sentative Winn Willard. 



. . . CITED FOR 
HONORS 



The Three Musketeers — Representatives to Girls' and 
Boys' State: Joseph Sylva, Barbara Knowles, and Carl- 
ton Kendrick. 



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SENIOR 
SUPERLATIVES 

"Excellence is never granted to man 
but as the reward of labor." 

Sir Joshua Reynolds 
(1723-1792) 




BEST STUDENTS 

Mark and Pam spend a "studious" Saturday afternoon 
together. 




CLASS SWEETHEARTS 

Larry and Diane pay attention 
to each other. 



CLASS OPPOSITES 

4'9" + 6'3"= 
Mary Linda and Brian 





BEST SCHOOL CITIZENS 

Junior janitors. — Joe and Anne 




CLASS FLIRTS 

Billy and Sue meet for a library "study' 
date. 





MOST TALENTED 

Viola "paints" our dancer Glen._ 



MOST LIKELY TO 
SUCCEED 

Carleton and Sheil'a show us 
"how to succeed in business 
without really trying." 



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BEST ATHLETES 

'Ten-shun ! — Mary Lou and Kent. 



BEST-LOOKING 

Peter and Jean pose in the sunshine. 



HAPPY-GO-LUCKY 

Ready, aim, fire! — Steve and 
Sandy. 





MOST INDEPENDENT 

It's all a mater of how you look at things. 
Teedee and Gary 



BEST-DRESSED 

"My favorite color, and so reason- 
able!" — Don and Patti. 



BEST ALL-AROUND 

The biggest smiles, too! — Brenda and Paul 





PERSONALITY PLUS 

They were special advisors to the 
author! — Carol and Ralph. 




CLASS WITS 

He always wanted to travel — but this way? 
Ann and Rob. 



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PRESIDENT 
Joseph Sylva 



VICE-PRESIDENT 
Donald Caldwell 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 

Government and co-operation are in all things the laws of life. 





John Ruskin 
(1819-1900) 




SECRETARY 
Brenda Stern 



TREASURER 
Paul Fowler 




OFFICERS 



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Peter Jerome Alves 
122 Billington Street Skip 

assiduous . . . trig . . . flirtatious 

Ambition: To attend Vesper-George Art 
School. Favorite Saying: Get 'um big 
time! Pet Peeve: Unsociable girls. 
Prized Possession: "Nummie" and a 
1931 Ford. 

Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 
4; Senior Show 4; Basketball 4. 



Michael Andrews, Jr. 

227 South Pond Road Mike 

smiling . . . carefree . . . active 

Ambition: To become an accountant. 
Favorite Saying: Talk about — Pet 
Peeve: Period 5 English. Prized Posses- 
sion: My teeth. 

Prom Committee 3, 4; Dance Committee 
2, 3, 4. 




Diane Elizabeth Baldasaro 

70 Summer Street 



Di 



talented . . . thoughtful . . . congenial 

Ambition: To entertain musically. 
Favorite Saying: Play cool! Pet Peeve: 
Inconsiderate boys. Prized Possession: 

My friendships. 

Orchestra 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Band 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Music Festival 
2, 3; Aquatic Club 2, 3; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Senior Prom 4. 



Pamela Jean Barron 

13 Holmes Terrace 



Pam 



effervescent . . . impulsive . . . modish 

Ambition: A junior college education. 
Favorite Saying: Now, what am I 
gonna do? Pet Peeve: Glory boys. 
Prized Possession: My mohair sweaters. 

Sports Club 3; Bookcover Salesman 3; 
Junior and Senior Proms 3, 4; Travel 
Club 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Senior 
Show 4; Dean's Council 4; Investment 
Club 2; Y-Teens 2; Dance Committees 
2, 3, 4. 












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Gary William Banker 

9 Summer Street Banker 

concise . . . well-read . . . fun-loving 

Ambition: To become an Army officer. 
Favorite Saying: I don't want to hear 
it. Pet Peeve: Football practice. Prized 
Possession: My glory jacket. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Pilgrim 3, 
4; 150-a week Collector 2, 3; S.A.S. 2, 
3, 4. 




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Bradford Paul Bartlett 

65 Pleasant Street Big Brad 

composed . . . young -at-heart . . . happy 

Ambition: To enter the marines. 
Favorite Saying: Get lost! Pet Peeve: 
Girls that bother me. Prized Possession: 

My license. 

Baseball 3, 4. 





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Jean Ann Basinski 

15 Sandwich Street 



Bazink 



artistic . . . saucy . . . attractive 

Ambition: To become a fashion illus- 
trator. Favorite Saying: No big thing. 
Pet Peeve: People. Prized Possession: 

My pocketbook. 

Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Banker 2; Junior Class 
Representative 3; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Cheerleader 2; Glee 
Club 3; Travel Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2. 



Sandra Ann Bergamini 

24 Standish Court Sandy 

gracious . . . soft-spoken . . . obliging 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying: I don't know! Pet 
Peeve: Monday mornings. Prized 
Possession: My license. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Cashier 4; Travel Club 
2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4. 




Ann Marie Belanger 

22 Sandwich Street 



Ann 



chatty . . . industrious . . . petite 

Ambition: To attend Plus School of 
Business. Favorite Saying: Oh, really? 
Pet Peeve: Weekends without Ralph. 
Prized Possession: Turquoise ring. 

lO^-a-week Collector 2, 3. 





Edward Francis Bibeau, Jr. 

242 Sandwich Street Eddie 

steadfast . . . independent . . . musical 

Ambition: To become a draftsman. 
Favorite Saying: No fooling, really? 
Pet Peeve: People who don't mind 
their own business. Prized Possession: 

My photography lab. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Biology Lab Staff 1. 







Clyde Francis Bongiovanni 

Off Cherry Court Bongi 



ready smile 



breezy 



determined 



Bonita Marie Bonfiglio 

24 Allerton Street 



Bunny 



Jerry Allan Birnstein 

10 Alvin Road 



blithe 



enthusiastic 



Jerry 

vocal 



conscientious . . . gay . . . pixie-ish 

Ambition: To become a medical secre- 
tary. Favorite Saying: Hey, Kids! 
Pet Peeve: Butch. Prized Possession: 

My black slacks. 

Marching Girls 4; Cashier 3; Travel 
Club 2, 3; Dance Committees 3, 4; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; Senior Show 4. 



Ambition: To go to college. Favorite 
Saying: Whoops! Pet Peeve: Broken 
needles. Prized Possession: Hi-fi-stereo 
set. 

Chorus 3, 4. 



Peter Bongiovanni 

3 South Cherry Street 



Pete 



scholarly 



. . hard-working 
gregarious 



Ambition: To become an electrical 
engineer. Favorite Saying: What'd 
you say? Pet Peeve: Locking lockers. 
Prized Possession: Permanent pass. 
Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Cashier 
4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Staff Editor 
4. 




Ambition: To attend college. Favorite 
Saying: Cool it! Pet Peeve: Monday 
mornings. Prized Possession: My 

license. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Travel Club 
3, 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 



Ralph Anthony Bonna 

136 Standish Avenue 



Pudge 



debonair . . . cuddly . . . sincere 

Ambition: To become a teacher. 
Favorite Saying: How about that? 
Pet Peeve: Football practice. Prized 
Possession: Food. 

S.A.S. 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 
3, 6; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 15tf-a-week 
Collector 4. 







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Karen Lee Borgatti 

14 Bradford Street Peabrain 

demure . . . patient . . . bright-eyed 

Ambition: To attend Le Baron School. 
Favorite Saying: Aw, come on! Pet 
Peeve: Boys who like attention. Prized 
Possession: Volkswagen convertible. 

Dean's Council 4; Senior Show 4; Office 
Assistant 4. 





Patricia Lee Bourne 

11 Hall Street 



twinkling 



petite 



Patty 
lithe 




Ambition: To become a medical secre- 
tary. Favorite Saying: Be Good! Pet 
Peeve: Conceited people. Prized Pos- 
session: My telephone. 

Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 2, 
3, 4; Latin Club 2; 15?:-a-week Collec- 
tor 4; Lab Staff 4; and Chorus 4. 



Charlotte Penny Boyer 

176 Sandwich Street 



melodious . 
Ambition: To 



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youthful 



Richard Lawrence Boynton 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet Dick 

unostentatious . . . hefty . . . jolly 

Ambition: To go to business school. 
Favorite Saying: Get 'em Kid! Pet 
Peeve: Shy girls. Prized Possession: 

My radio. 



. gentle 

become 
Favorite Saying: Oh, 
Peeve: People who 

My future car. 

3, 4; Dance Committee 
and Bowling League 4. 



a jazz pianist, 
shut up. Pet 
swear. Prized 



Possession 

Glee Club 



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Steven George Braz 
21 Spooner Street Humphrey 

popular . . . rational . . . yogi 

Ambition: Undecided. Favorite Saying: 
I give up. You tell me! Pet Peeve: 
Fords. Prized Possession: '57 Plymouth. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 







Judith Ann Brigida 

325 Sandwich Street 



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Nancy Jean Briggs 
6 Cliff Street 



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Lawrence James Brewster 

37 Samoset Street Cooz 

sporty . . . stable . . . practical 

Ambition: To attend college. Favorite 
Saying: What do you hear? Pet Peeve: 
Argument with D. D. Prized Posses- 
sion: You guessed it! 

Travel Club 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. 



beautiful brown eyes . . . studious . . . 
positive 

Ambition: To enter college. Favorite 
Saying: Ah, so. Pet Peeve: The Green 
Hornet and flies. Prized Possession: 
My Duke sweatshirt. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Banker 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Travel 
Club 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4; Marching 
Girls 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
College Bowl 3, 4; Math Club 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 
2; English Librarian 3; Drama Club 4. 



Donald Walter Brown 

26 Spooner Street Donnie 

dexterous . . . devilish . . . busy 

Ambition: To become a carpenter. 
Favorite Saying: Well, talk about wow! 
Pet Peeve: Chevys. Prized Possession: 
'56 Mercury. 

Intramurals 4. 




personable . . . flighty . . . talkative 

Ambition: To work. Favorite Saying: 
I almost care. Pet Peeve: Miss B. S. 
Prized Possession: Two cats and a dog. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 3; 
Chorus 3, 4; Pilgrim 4. 



Alana Turner Burgess 

16 Nelson Street 



Red 



beaming . . . restless . . . perservering 

Ambition: To become an airline hostess. 
Favorite Saying: Forget it. Pet Peeve: 
Mr. Manning's 1000 minus one. Prized 
Possession: My electric blanket. 

Travel Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; 
Cashier 4; Chorus 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Library Assistant 4. 











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Cynthia Ann Cabral 

292 Court Street Cindy 

svelte , . . swinging . . . cheery 

Ambition: To join the Navy. Favorite 
Saying: I've finally got that done. Pet 
Peeve: My younger brother, Mussa. 
Prized Possession: My Junior year 
report card. 

Newspaper 3; Office Assistant 4; 
Chorus 3, 4; Marching Girls 4. 



Susan Carter 

92 Allerton Street 



Sue 



whimsical . . . glib . . . flirtatious 

Ambition: To enter nursing. Favorite 
Siaying: Forget it! Pet Peeve: Un- 
friendly people. Prized Possession: 
My baby sister. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3; Dance 
Committees 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Show 4; Library Assistant 4; 
S.A.S. 2; Pilgrim 4; Sports' Club 3, 4. 




20 Fremont Street 

best-dressed . . . wordly . . . pensive 

Ambition: To become a success. 
Favorite Saying: That's good. Pet 
Peeve: Teachers that won't listen. 
Prized Possession: My car. 

Cross Country 2; Track 2; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Football 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Travel Club 
3, 4; President 4. 



Philip Francis Callery 

15 Park Road 



fleet 



earnest 



Phil 
hockey-esque 



Ambition: To become a teacher. 
Favorite Saying: I'll buy that! Pet 
Peeve: No ice in winter. Prized Posses- 
sion: Scout truck. 

Track 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3; Varsity 
Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Ticket Seller 3. 








Richard John Cavicchi 

3 Forest Avenue Court 



Richie 



curly . . . mechanical-minded . . . slick 

Ambition: To work in mechanical 
technology. Favorite Saying: Get um! 
Pet Peeve: A certain spoiled brat. 
Prized Possession: My baby brother. 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Basketball 
3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Show 4. 




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Carol Lynn Churchill 

Main Street, Plympton 



Carol 



probing 



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industrious 



Ann Adele Ceccarelli 



21 Hall Street 



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Suzanne Marie Cavicchi 

64 Oak Street 



Sue 



amicable . . . airy . . . always late 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying: I wasn't talking. 
Honest! Pet Peeve: Wrinkled clothes. 
Prized Possession: A certain S. B. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Leader Corps 4; Office Assistant 4; 
Cashier 4; Graduation Committee 4. 



tasteful . . . flirtatious . . . carefree 

Ambition: To become a teacher. 
Favorite Saying: Get 'em! Pet Peeve: 
Paying for those phone calls. Prized 
Possession: 27 bangles. 

10£-a-week Collector 2, 3; 15?:-a-week 
Collector 4; Travel Club 2, 3; Office 
Assistant 3, 4; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Dance Committees 2, 
3, 4; S.A.S. 3; Banker 3; Cashier 3. 



Drago Peter Clifton 

3 Shore Drive 



sociable 



anxious 



Drago 
intense 



Ambition: To become a chemist. 
Favorite Saying: Holy, Michael! Pet 
Peeve: The long lunch line. Prized 
Possession: My independence. 




Ambition: Research work in industry. 
Favorite Saying: If you can't beat 'em, 
join 'em. Pet Peeve: People who are 
conceited. Prized Possession: 3 cats, 
1 dog, 5 geese, and 47 fish. 

Library Assistant 4. 



Sharyn Linnly Converse 

Main Street, Center Carver Shary 

articulate . . . stylish . . . spirited 

Ambition: Commercial artist. Favorite 
Saying: You nut! Pet Peeve: Lack of 
time for dressing in gym. Prized 
Possession: My cranberry mohair 
sweater. 

Outing Club 3; Yearbook 3; Pep Club 
3; Junior and Senior Prom 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Bowling 4. 







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Mary Ann Cook 

Benham Street Mary 

dependable . . . rollicking . . . bright 

Ambition: To get married. Favorite 
Saying: How about that! Pet Peeve: 
Men drivers. Prized Possession: The 
telephone. 

Cashier 4; Softball 2. 




Robert Fulmer Corbett 

29 Vernon Street Robert 



well-liked . . . talented 



active 



Ambition: To be an architect. Favorite 
Saying: 144 % worth. Pet Peeve: 
Girls. Prized Possession: My lunch. 

Pilgrim 2, 3; Travel Club 3; Radio 
Club 2; Junior and Senior Proms 3, 4; 
Football 2; Senior Show 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3, 4; Science Assistant 4. 




Elias Costa, Jr. 

32 Water Street Junior 

thoughtful . . . industrious . . . candid 

Ambition: To own a fishing boat. 
Favorite Saying: How 
Pet Peeve: Homework. 
sion: My '47 Merc. 

10(Z-a-week Collector 3; 15<z-a-week Col- 
lector 4. 



sweet it is! 
Prized Posses- 



Roger A. Correira 

126 Standish Avenue 



clever 



Roger 
relaxed 



Ambition: To work on construction. 
Favorite Saying: What do you say! 
Pet Peeve: Chevys. Prized Possession: 

My Ford products. 





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Joyce Lee Costa 
Peck Avenue 



Smiley 



sedate . . . gentle . . . diligent 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying: How about that! Pet 
Peeve: Conceited boys and girls. Prized 
Possession: My record collection. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4. 








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Carol Anne Cotti 

309 Sandwich Street 



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Mary Linda Costa 

97 Cherry Street Half-pint 

wee . . . willing . . . dainty 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying: Get 'em Kid! Pet 
Peeve: History class; 6 period days. 
Prized Possession: A necklace from a 
certain boy. 

Newspaper 4; Senior Show 4; Fashion 
Show 4; Marching Girls 3. 



studious . . . impeccable . . . blushing 

Ambition: To become a nurse. Favorite 
Saying: Oh Yeah? Pet Peeve: Straight 
hair. Prized Possession: My white 
mohair sweater. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim Staff 2, 
Senior Show 4; Latin Club 2; Travel 
Club 2, 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 3. 




Patti Leslie Dahl 

8 Mayflower Street 



Patti 



chic 



fair 



stoical 



Ambition: To marry and live happily. 
Favorite Saying: Hey, look!! Pet 
Peeve: People. Prized Possession: My 

Daytona Beach sweatshirt. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim Staff 2, 
3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; Travel Club 2; Dean's Council 
3; Senior Show 4. 



Geraldine Rae Dearn 

46 Standish Avenue 



Gerry 



perky . . . frank . . . happy-go-lucky 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying: Talk about — . Pet 
Peeve: Slow drivers. Prized Possession: 

My stuffed animals. 









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Kathryn Anne Davis 

52 Cliff Street Kathy 

taciturn . . . perceptive . . . pretty 

Ambition: To attend Cape Cod Com- 
munity College. Favorite Saying: Eh 
yep! Pet Peeve: 6 o'clock a.m. Prized 
Possession: My kitten. 

Librarian 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Chorus 4; Senior Show 4; 
School Play 4. 




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Linda Lee Doll 

69 Cliff Street 



mercumal 



impetuous 



Doll 
candid 



Ambition: Retailing. Fiavorite Saying: 
You have a problem. Pet Peeve: Not 
having a car. Prized Possession: You 

know who. 

Latin Club 3; Sports Club 3; Field 
hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2; Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Staff Editor 4; 
Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Graduation Usher 3. 




Gayle Irene Douglas 

Half- Way Pond Dougie 

hushed . . . wide-eyed . . . devoted 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying: How about that! 
Pet Peeve: People who ask why. Prized 
Possession: B. B. 

Office Assistant 4; Typing 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Librarian 4; Pilgrim 4. 




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Diane Carol Dunlap 

46 Cliff Street 



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Allen Carl Ekland 

176 Water Street 



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deliberate 



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conscientious 



Ambition: To become a teacher. 
Favorite Saying: That's the breaks! 
Pet Peeve: Stuck-up girls. Prized 
Possession: Mad magazine collections. 

Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 2, 3; 
Intramurals 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. 



elegant . . . svelte . . . serene 

Ambition: To become a medical secre- 
tary. Favorite Saying: Oh, bananas! 
Pet Peeve: Argument with L. B. Prized 
Possession: No. 12 & No. 31. 

S.A.S. 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Tennis 2; 
Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 
2, 3, 4; Hockey 3; Pilgrim 3; Marching 
Girls 4; Alumni Night 3. 








Reijo Arne Fager 

Center Street, North Carver Ray 



unperturbed 



fair . 



wholesome 



Ambition: To become a bookkeeper. 
Favorite Saying: What's up? Pet 
Peeve: Business law. Prized Posses- 
sion: My stamp collection. 









Patricia Ann Ferrari 

Federal Furnace Road 



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Ann Marie Fernandes 

82 South Street 



Anna 



comely . . . zany . . . scintillating 

Ambition: To become a nurse. Favorite 
Saying: Get serious. Pet Peeve: Get- 
ting up early in the morning. Prized 
Possession: Stingray. 

Pep Squad 4; Senior Show 4; Librarian 
3. 



spicy . . . tailored . . . full-of-fun 

Ambition: To become a nurse. Favorite 
Saying: How sweet it is. Pet Peeve: 
Staying at home. Prized Possession: 
Mohair sweater. 

Softball 3; 15^-a-week Collector 4; Pep 
Squad 4. 




Paul Michael Fowler 

Paul 

buoyant . . . friendly . . . trustworthy 

Ambition: To be an accountant. 
Favorite Saying: Cut that out. Pet 
Peeve: Those arguments. Prized 
Possession: That gal. 

Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; S.A.S. 2, 4; 
Varsity 2, 3, 4; 10#-a-week Collector 
2, 3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4. 



Mark Alan Freyermuth 

40 Russell Street 



Mark 



congenial . . . sincere . . . unassuming 

Ambition: Electronics Research En- 
gineering. Favorite -Saying: Spread 
out! Pet Peeve: Forgetfulness. Prized 
Possession: A permanent corridor pass. 

Latin Club 2; Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4; 
Football 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; President 3, 4; Travel Club 3; 
Treasurer 3; Newspaper 4; Track 4; 
Varsity Club 3, 4; 15(Z-a-week Collector 
4; 10(Z-a-week Collector 3. 



Jeremy David Freeman 

26 Whiting Street 



Jerry 



satirical . 



, non-conf ormish 
creative 



Ambition: To become a writer. Favorite 
Saying: By the jewels of the prophet. 
Pet Peeve: My brothers and sisters. 
Prized Possession: My typewriter. 

Chess Club 4. 






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Russell Thurston Fry III 

Jordan Road Butch 

adaptable . . . collegiate . . . determined 

Ambition: To succeed in college. 
Favorite Saying: Why not? Pet Peeve: 
Second gear. Prized Possession: My 
'53 Ford. 

Dance Committees 2, 3; Senior Show 
4; Prom 3. 











Sheila Louise Gallagher 



221 Sandwich Street 



Sheila 



agreeable . . . calm . . . rosy 

Ambition: To become a medical nurse. 
Favorite Saying: Oh, come now! Pet 
Peeve: English. Prized Possession: 

My charm bracelet. 

Leader Corps 4; Cashier 4; Dean's 
Council 4; Librarian 4; Senior Show 4. 




Valerie Louise Girard 

6 Overlook Road 



Val 



neat . . . reliable . . . pleasant 

Ambition: College, then marriage. 
Favorite Saying: That's right! Pet 
Peeve: Snobs. Prized Possession: My 

friends. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Pilgrim 3, 4; S.A.S. 2, 3, 4; Travel 
Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3. 4; Book- 
cover Salesman 2; Dance Committees 
2, 3, 4; Junior and Senior Proms 3, 4; 
Graduation Usher 3. 



Marie Ann Gallerani 

12 Alden Street Galley 

gay . . . faithful . . . precise 

Ambition: to become a stewardess. 
Favorite Saying: I don't know. Pet 
Peeve: Mr. Manning's thousand minus 
one. Prized Possession: My albums. 

Senior Show 4: Librarian 3. 





Gail Louise Govoni 

2 off Cherry Street Peanuts 

short . . . dependable . . . ready 

Ambition: To work after graduation. 
Favorite Saying: You don't say. Pet 
Peeve: Someone in the 4th period 
study. Prized Possession: My nick- 
name. 

Pep Squad 4; Newspaper 4; Senior 
Show 4. 




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John Francis Grennell 



3 Town Street 
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Robert Arthur Greaves 

2 Nelson Court 



Ambition: To go into the Army. Favor- 
ite Saying: Get 'em Big Time! Pet 
Peeve: A certain Karen P. Prized Pos- 
session: Ma Urann's Study. 



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Jane Maria Govoni 

225 Standish Avenue Jania 

persevering . . . dulcet-voiced . . . 
spritely 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying: Gettem! Pet Peeve: 
My older brother. Prized Possession: 
My class ring. 

Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Dance 
Committees 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Code 
Club 3; French Club 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 



responsible 



undemonstrative . . 
quick 



Ambition: To enter the Navy. Favorite 
Saying: You couldn't print it! Pet 
Peeve: Homework. Prized Possession: 

'56 Studebaker. 

Radio Club 2; Football 2, 3; Varsity 
Club 3. 



Brian Whitley Hall 

6 Standish Court 



Whit 



witty . . . popular . . . casual 

Ambition: To become a sports announ- 
cer. Favorite Saying: I guess so, 
Mister! Pet Peeve: A certain one. 
Prized Possession: My classy brim. 

Basketball 2, 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior 
Show 4. 



Pamela Hood Hale 

94 Allerton Street 



Pam 



intellectual 



stately . . . golden 



Ambition: To graduate from college. 
Favorite Saying: Not so quiet. Pet 
Peeve: Insincerity. Prized Possession: 

A tempera painting of my cat. 

Field Hockey 2, 3; Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 4; 
Tennis 2; S.A.S. 2, 3; Dance Commit- 
tees 2, 3, 4; Junior Librarian 2; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Sports Club 
3, 4. 






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Marcia Hallenbeck 

Valley Road, Manomet 



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fluttery . . . capable . . . logical 

Ambition: To become a nurse. Favorite 
Saying: Mother Mc Crea. Pet Peeve: 
Slowpokes. Prized Possession: My 

angel. 

10(Z-a-week Collector 2, 3; Travel Club 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 15tf-a-week 
Collector 4; Program Seller 4; Dean's 
Council 4; Senior Show 4. 





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158 Court Street 



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joyous . . . at ease . . . cordial 

Ambition: To enter stenotype school. 
Favorite Saying: It ain't a big thing. 
Pet Peeve: A certain English teacher. 
Prized Possession: My special ring. 

Senior Show 4. 



Virginia Warren Harlow 

13 Pleasant Street 



Ginny 



artistic . . . courteous . . . composed 

Ambition: A worthwhile career. 
Favorite Saying: I can't help it. Pet 
Peeve: Conceited people. Prized Pos- 
session: My real friends. 

Dance Committee 2; Banker 2; Travel 
Club 2; Junior Prom 3; Cashier 3; 
Class Representative 3; Dean's Council 
4; Laboratory Assistant 4; Newspaper 
4; Senior Show 4. 



Nancy Louise Hianelt 

21 y 2 Cherry Street Nan 

good-natured . . . modest . . . careful 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying: I don't know. Pet 
Peeve: History class. Prized Posses- 
sion: My wallet. 




Phylis Ann Harris 

26 Murray Street Phyl 

amused . . . restrained . . . wide-eyed 

Ambition: To become a career girl. 
Favorite Saying: That's it! Pet Peeve: 

My Johnny Mathis albums. 

Gym Club 2; Home Economics Club 2; 
Chorus 2; Dean's Council 4; Senior 
Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 





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11 Oak Street 



James Scott Hathaway 
10 Oak Street Jimmy 

corn-posed . . . friendly . . . scientific 

Ambition: To become an electronic 
technician. Favorite Saying: Hi group! 
Pet Peeve: Grouchy people. Prized Pos- 
session: Cannon. 

Football 2; Travel Club 3, 4. 



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Viola Elaine Harris 

171 Jordan Road Vi 

talented . . . devout . . . slender 

Ambition: To become a successful art- 
ist. Favorite Saying: What in the world! 
Pet Peeve: Noisy eaters. Prized Posses- 
sion: My portfolio. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Co-editor Art Staff 4; 
Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Girls' Track 
3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secret- 
ary-Treasurer 3, 4; Cashier 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Show 4. 



modest . . . alert . . . cheerful 

Ambition: To graduate. Favorite Say- 
ing: I don't get this physics. Pet Peeve: 
Immature boys. Prized Possession: My 
personal paintings. 

Latin Club 2; Lettering Class 3; Dance 
Committees 3; Chorus 4; Math Club 4; 
Senior Show 4. 



Mary Ellen Hollis 

Rocky Hill Road Mary 

upright . . . genuine . . . reliable 

Ambition: To become a secretary. Fav- 
orite Saying: Boy, I'm telling you! 
Pet Peeve: Mr. Mannings 5,000's. Prized 
Possession: R.S. 

Librarian 3, 4; 15tf-a-week Collector 4; 
Newspaper 4; Dance Committees 4; 
Senior Show 4. 



Robert Blanchard Hedge 

River Street Hedgie 



vital 



nonchalant 



prankish . 

Ambition: To go to the Ozarks. Favor- 
ite Saying: Curtains for that idea! Pet 
Peeve: Fry's second gear. Prized Pos- 
session: Coon dog. 

Cross Country 2, 3; Senior Show 4. 





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Lillian Amelia Jacintho 

240 Court Street 



Lill 



diligent . . . loyal . . . humble 

Ambition: To become a nurse. Favor- 
ite Saying: Don't get shook. Pet Peeve: 
Conceited people. Prized Possession: 
Robert. 

Pep Squad 4; Senior Show 4. 








Robert Francis Jefska 

22 Sawyer Place 



Bob 



peaceable . . . industrious . . . reserved 

Ambition: To join the Navy. Favorite 
Saying: See you later on that one. 
Pet Peeve: The Red Sox when they 
play like the Mets. Prized Possession: 
Everything. 

Baseball 3, 4; Intramurals 4. 




Linda Dawn Jenness 

11 Cushman Street 



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Shirley Ann Johnson 

236 Standish Avenue 



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blonde . . . tiny . . . reserved 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying: I don't know. Pet 
Peeve: People looking for trouble. 
Prized Possession: My clothes. 
Cashier 4; Office Assistant 4. 



supple . . . individual . . . inquisitive 

Ambition: College. Favorite Saying: 
I might worry about it. Pet Peeve: 
People. Prized Possession: Joey. 

Latin Club 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 
4; Prom Committees 3; Junior Repre- 
sentative 3; Dean's Council 4; March- 
ing Girls 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 
Staff 4. 




Sandra Ann Kaiser 

38 North Spooner Street Sandy 

unaffected . . . popular . . . sparkling 

Ambition: To go to Hawaii. Favorite 
Saying: You know what I mean! Pet 
Peeve: John Grennell. Prized Posses- 
sion: A certain necklace. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; 
Senior Show 4; Fashion Show 4. 






Joseph Robert Keller 

23 Mt. Pleasant Street 



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Robert Newhall Keay 

12 Warren Avenue 



perceptive . 



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Edward Njenga Karanja 

9 Gray Avenue 



Eddy 



dedicated . . . ambitious . . . eloquent 

Ambition: To enter law or medicine. 
Favorite Saying: How about that? Pet 
Peeve: Snow and cold weather. Prized 
Possession: Semi-classical music. 

Track 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3; Debate Club 
2, 3; International Club 2, 3; Travel 
Club 4. 



courteous . 

Ambition: To attend college. Favorite 
Saying: Great! Pet Peeve: People who 
think life is a big joke. Prized Posses- 
sion: My five-dollar gold piece. 

150-a-week Collector 3; Senior Show 
4; Math Club 4; Intramurals 4. 



attentive . . . good-natured . . . cultured 

Ambition: To go to college. Favorite 
Saying: It's the principle of the thing. 
Pet Peeve: Not being called by correct 
name. Prized Possession: My tape 
recordings. 

Senior Show 4; Show Skit 2; Alumni 
Night 3; Bookcover Salesman 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Dance Committee 4. 



Barbara Louise Knowles 

1 Samoset Court Bunny 

imaginative . . . keen . . . selfless 

Ambition: To become an archaeologist. 
Favorite Saying: Really? Pet Peeve: 
Sitting still. Prized Possession: My 
Joan Baez albums. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, Co-editor 4; Chess Club 
4; Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 3; 
Latin Club 2; Shows Workshop 2; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Math Club 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Quiz Bowl 
3, 4; Program Salesman 2; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3. 



Carleton Warren Kendrick, Jr. 

141 Court Street Turk 



versatile 



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Ambition: To earn my P.H.D. in Psy- 
chology. Favorite Saying: Gambe- 
galore. Pet Peeve: Losing the finals 
in the Tech. Prized Possession: My 
appetite. 

S.A.S. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Shows Work- 
shop 3; Latin Club 3, 4; Dance Commit- 
tees 2, 3, 4; Boy's State 3; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3. 




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James Alton Lapham 

State Road, Manomet Jimmy 

on-the-go . . . impulsive . . . prankish 

Ambition: To win at Indianapolis. 
Favorite Saying: Keep it limp. Pet 
Peeve: Chevys. Prized Possession: 

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Karen Marie Lee 
51 Pleasant Street Karen 

reserved . . . wide r eyed . . . meticulous 

Ambition: To graduate from college. 
Favorite Saying: Oh beauty! Pet Peeve: 
People who say "say". Prized Posses- 
sion: My stuffed monkey. 
Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Shows Workshop 2; 
Programs 2; Proms 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Girls' Bowling 4. 





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Janet Elinor Larson 

Old Sandwich Road 



Janet 



personable . . . independent . . . mature 

Ambition: To become a teacher. 
Favorite Saying: Forget it! Pet Peeve: 
Conceited people. Prized Possession: 

My guitar. 

Field Hockey 2, 3; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Newspaper 3; Senior 
Show 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; 
Math Club 4; Latin Club 2; Travel Club 
2, 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4; S.A.S. 2, 3; 
Pilgrim 2, 4. 




Paul Frank LaVoie 

Little Pond 



Paul 



compliant . . . aspiring . . . tuneful 

Ambition: To become a Naval officer. 
Favorite Saying: Did you do your 
homework? Pet Peeve: Practicing the 
clarinet. Prized Possession: My guitar. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Cashier 4. 





Stephen Anthony Leonardi 

12 Gould Road Steve 

masculine . . . comical . . . tranquil 

Ambition: To attend Northeastern. 
Favorite Saying: Behind whose red 
barn? Pet Peeve: New York Giants 
Fans. Prized Possession: The police 

sticker. 

Pilgrim 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
3, 4; Track 3, 4. 






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12 Atlantic Street 



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Beaver Dam Road 



Stretch 



tall . . . subtly witty . . . argumentative 

Ambition: To attend Northeastern. 
Favorite Saying: Oh, yeah! Pet Peeve: 
Mrs. Urann. Prized Possession: His 
'39 Merc convertible. 

Dance Committee 2. 



placid . . . persevering . . . casual 

Ambition: A career in aviation. Favorite 
Saying: Surely you jest! Pet Peeve: 
Wise-guy teachers. Prized Possession: 
The Big Chrysler Mill. 




Priscilla Jean Linehan 

Warren Avenue 



Silla 



congenial 



thoughtful 



teasing 

Ambition: Nursing. Favorite Saying: 
Oh, no. Pet Peeve: Waiting. Prized 
Possession: Black flats. 

Banking 2; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's Council 4; and Senior Show 4. 



Marilyn Jean Lopes 

41 Summer Street 



Mariley 



unpredictable . . . loquacious . . . comely 

Ambition: To become a model. Favorite 
Saying: I don't wanna hear it. Pet 
Peeve: Mike Stefani. Prized Posses- 
sion: My mohair sweater. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3: 
Dean's Council 4; Senior Show 
Junior and Senior Proms 3, 4; Dai 
Committee 3. 



Sandra Ellen Lodi 

6 Oak Street Sandy 

refreshing . . . quiescent . . . 
conscientious 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying: Well! Pet Peeve: 
Six-period days. Prized Possession: 

My baby brother. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Dance Committee 2; Pilgrim 4; 15c-a- 
week Collector 4; Office Assistant 3; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Travel Club 2, 3; 10<z- 
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Mary Ellen Louise Luz 

94 South Street 



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sensitive 



trim . . . modest 



Ambition: To become a model. Favorite 
Saying: You hate me, huh? Pet Peeve: 
Dirty sneakers. Prized Possession: 

My stuffed rabbit. 

Banker 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; 
Bookcover Salesman 2; Librarian 3; 
Senior Show 4; Leader Corps 4; March- 
ing Girls 4. 





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34 Stafford Street 



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Peter Harold Maccaferri 

17 Clyfton Street Retzlaff 

handsome . . . mild . . . polished 

Ambition: To become manager of 
M & M's. Favorite Saying: Play it 
cool. Pet Peeve: The long ride to 
Weymouth. Prized Possession: My 
glory jacket. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; 10^-a- 
week Collector 2, 3; 15<f-a-week Collec- 
tor 4; Travel Club 3; Varsity Club 3, 
4; S.A.S. 2, 3; Pilgrim 3, 4. 



energetic . . . rascally . 

Ambition: To become an electrician. 
Favorite Saying: Go big time! Pet 
Peeve: Snobbish girls. Prized Posses- 
sion: Memories of Mrs. Urann. 

Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 




Betty Page MacDuffee 

43 Spooner Street Bet 

individualistic . . . coy . . . blushing 

Ambition: To teach kindergarten. 
Favorite Saying: Que Lastima. Pet 
Peeve: Boys in general. Prized Pos- 
session: Bottle of Canoe. 

lO^-a-week Collector 2, 3; Dance Com- 
mittees 2; Junior Prom 3; Pep Squad 
4. 




Robert Arthur Macomber 

Dunham Road, Billington Sea Bob 

honest . . . uncritical . . . respectful 

Ambition: To become a policeman. 
Favorite Saying; Not too swift! Pet 
Peeve: Report cards. Prized Posses- 
sion: The school's biggest feet. 

Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
3; lOc-a-week Collector 3. 






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229 Standish Avenue Poochie 



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Charlotte Ann Malaguti 

75 Cherry Street Charl 

orderly . . . warm-hearted . . , modest 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying; I don't know. Pet 
Peeve. Gym and homework. Prized 
Possession: My telephone. 

Pilgrim 4; Dean's Council 4; and Senior 

Show 4. 



curly . 

Ambition: To further my education. 
Favorite Saying: Get 'em, Tiger! Pet 
Peeve: Certain girls. Prized Posses- 
sion: A gift from B. D. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2; 
Junior Prom 3. 



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Richard Michael Maraghy 

284 Sandwich Street Rick 

wise . . . vigorous . . . dexterous 

Ambition: To attend Northeastern. 
Favorite Saying: Hey, that's cool! Pet 
Peeve: Slow women drivers. Prized 
Possession: My Ford. 

Football 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Track 3; 
Varsity Club 4; S.A.S. 3; lOfZ-a-week 
Collector 3; Dance Committees 2, 3. 



Patricia Ann McGovern 

16 Clyfton Street 



Pat 



trusting . . . generous . . . reserved 

Ambition: To become a legal secretary. 
Favorite Saying: Oh my! Pet Peeve: 
My younger sister. Prized Possession: 
My telephone. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Lab Staff 2; 
150-a-week Collector 4; Senior Show 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Travel Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 3, 4. 



William Frank Marsh 

Center Hill Road, Manomet Billy 

staid . . . speedy . . . supple 

Ambition: To become an accountant. 
Favorite Saying: You wish! Pet Peeve: 
Long bus rides. Prized Possession: 
My radio. 

Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 4; Varsity 
Club 4; Cashier 4; Bank Teller 4. 





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Philip John McKay 

2 Winter Street 

jovial . . . outdoor sy . . . genial 

Ambition: To enter the Navy. Favorite 
Saying: How about that? Pet Peeve: 
Getting up early. Prized Possession: 

My shot gun. 



Cynthia Lou Medeiros 

9 Robinson Street 



Cindy 



Robert Wayne Minsky 

33 Union Street Wayne 

thoughtful . . . earnest . . . business-like 

Ambition: To graduate from college. 
Favorite Saying: Don't worry. Pet 
Peeve: One certain math class. Prized 
Possession: Dicky Joe. 

Football Manager 3, 4; Basketball Man- 
ager 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 4. 



musical . . . busy . . . peaceful 

Ambition: Music education. Favorite 
Saying: You're kidding! Pet Peeve: 
Waking up at 6:00 a.m. Prized Pos- 
session: U. of M. sweater. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; lOtf-a- 
week Collector 3; Field Hockey 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Bowling 
4; Travel Club 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 4; All New England High School 
Band 2; All State High Band 2, 3, 4; 
Southeastern Mass. High Band 2, 3, 4. 




Constance Ellen Melahoures 

15 Fremont Street Connie 



. concerned 

teacher, 
helps! Pet 
Possession: 



responsive . . . prudent . . 

Ambition: To become a 
Favorite Saying: That 
Peeve: Snobs. Prized 
Camera. 

Pilgrim 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Travel 
Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2; 
Biology Lab Staff 2; Graduation Usher 
3; Banker 3; Library Assistant 4; 
Program Seller 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom. 





William Robert Moores 

Arnold Avenue, Manomet Mousy 

busy . . . airy . . . Casanova-ish 

Ambition: To attend college. Favorite 
Saying: Mon frere. Pet Peeve: Home- 
work. Prized Possession: My beret. 

Audio-visual 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 2, 3, 
4; Track 2; Chorus 3, 4; Junior Prom 
3; Senior Show 4; Dance Committees 
2, 3, 4. 







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Barbara Selma Morse 

65 South Street 



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reserved . . . pert 
Ambition: To become a 



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Dennis George Morgardo 

5 Spooner Street Skemp 

short . . . drowsy . . . reticent 

Ambition: To enter the service. Favorite 
Saying: My Word! Pet Peeve: Fast 
Chevys. Prized Possession: Hot Ford. 



Wayne Carleton Morrison 

Old Sandwich Rd., Ellisville Wayne 

artistic . . . roguish . . . droll 

Ambition: To become a commercial 
artist. Favorite Saying: What I mean! 
Pet Peeve: School buses that arrive 
at 7:15. Prized Possession: My beat- 
up gym sneakers. 

Junior Prom 3; Senior- Prom 4. 



secretary. 
Favorite Saying: I don't know! Pet 
Peeve: Uncle Sam. Prized Possession: 

Hoagy. 

Cashier 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Fashion Show 
4. 



George Russell Neal 

61 Pleasant Street George 

moderate . . . complacent . . . obliging 

Ambition: To attend a school of ac- 
counting. Favorite Saying: I don't 
know! Pet Peeve: Getting up Monday 
mornings. Prized Possession: My boat. 

Band 2. 



Stephen Thomas Murdock 

River Street Steve 

frolicsome . . . spicy . . . friendly 

Ambition: To further my education. 
Favorite Saying: Break a leg! Pet 
Peeve: Looking neat. Prized Posses- 
sion: My sneakers. 









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Steven Edward Nelson 

13 Howland Street 



Steve 



exuberant . . . clean-cut . . . whippy 

Ambition: To enter the Air Force. 
Favorite Saying: Ain't it! Pet Peeve: 
Stuck-up girls. Prized Possession: My 
yellow-plaid tie. 

Cross-Country 3; Newspaper 3, 4; Var- 
sity Club 3, 4; Leader Corps 4. 








Mary Olivia Nickerson 

74 Billington Street Mary 

charitable . . . unruffled . . . sporty 

Ambition: To get a lot out of life. 
Favorite Saying: Hey, you guys. Pet 
Peeve: Staying home. Prized Posses- 
sion: My clothes. 

Dean's Council 4. 




Russell William Nickerson 

200 Summer Street Russ 



mechanical 



easy-going . . 
go into the 



likable 



Ambition: To go into the service. 
Favorite Saying: Fords don't go! Pet 
Peeve: "E" on the gas gauge. Prized 
Possession: That '57 Chevy. 



Catherine Ellen O'Fihelly 

9 South Park Avenue Katie 

comfortable . . . upright . . . kind 

Ambition: To travel around the world. 
Favorite Saying: You big dumb! Pet 
Peeve: Grouchy teachers. Prized 
Possession: My radio. 

Junior Librarian 3. 





Mary Lou Elizabeth Oliveira 

27 Dias Road Louie 



enlightened 



earnest 



Ambition : To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying: You stupid! Pet 
Peeve: My brother Richie. Prized 
Possession: My telephone. 

Fashion Show 4; Senior Show 4. 













Angela Teresa Osborne 

292 Court Street 



Angie 



Lynette Jean Otto 

8 Centennial Street Squeaks 

serene . . . elfin . . . fashionable 

Ambition: To work in a lab. Favorite 
Saying: Hey, Love, 
ceited people, 
telephone. 

Senior Show 4; Dance Committee 2, 
3, 4. 



Pet Peeve: Con- 
Prized Possession: My 



cheerful . . , buoyant 



busy 



Brian Andrew Ollerhead 

State Road, Manomet 



Brian 



mild 



able 



speedy 

Ambition: To enter the Navy. Favorite 
Saying: Get 'em, kid! Pet Peeve: Get- 
ting up at 6:00 a.m. Prized Possession: 
The family's big Buick. 

Track 2, 3. 



Ambition: To marry and have a family. 
Favorite Saying: Oh for cryin' out 
loud! Pet Peeve: Biting my nails. 
Prized Possession: My stuffed animals. 

Basketball 2; Class Representative 3; 
Junior Prom 3; Office Assistant 4; 
Librarian 4; Pilgrim 4; Dance Commit- 
tees 2, 3, 4; and Senior Prom 4. 



Sandra Mary Pacheco 

9 Sawyer Place Checo 

vivid . . . garrulous . . . free-and-easy 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying: Your liver! Pet 
Peeve: Snobs. Prized Possession: My 

telephone. 




Ronald Erwin Owens 

Rocky Hill Road Ronnie 

equanimous . . . probing . . . 
independent 

Ambition: To become an engineer. 
Favorite Saying: You're ugly! Pet 
Peeve: Second-period study. Prized 
Possession: My stereo. 

Chess Club 4. 










Gloria Jean Parker 

Carver Road 

frolicsome . . . spicy . . 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Saying: What, you must be 
kidding. Pet Peeve: Short weekends. 
Prized Possession: My little red cap. 

Lab Staff 2; Bowling League 4; Pep 
Squad 4; Pilgrim 4; Cheerleader 3. 



James Thomas Parker 

Carver Road Jim 

look-alike . . . amorous . . . conservative 

Ambition: Bookkeeping. Favorite Say- 
ing: Brutal! Pet Peeve: Girls who take 
their time. Prized Possession: Bomber 
'48. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Newspaper 3 



William Parker 

South Pond Bill 

independent . . . w ; sc . . . aloof 

Ambition: To work in the foreign 
service. Favorite Saying: "What's 
happening?" Pet Peeve: Spoiled girls. 
Prized Possession: My silver dollar. 

Travel Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Basket- 
ball Manager 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Pilgrim 
3, 4; Student Exchange Committees 3; 
Lab Assistant 4; Prom Committee 3, 
4; Senior Show 4. 



John Arthur Parker 

Carver Road 



John 



amiable . . . tranquil 



look-alike 



Ambition: To become a big success. 
Favorite Saying: I almost care. Pet 
Peeve: Cold mornings. Prized Posses- 
sion: '48 Chevy. 

Dance Committees 3; Senior Show 4; 
Program Seller 4; Newspaper 4; Intra- 
murals 4; Milk Bar 4; Pilgrim 4. 





Sheryl Ann Parsons 

10 Brewster Street Sherrie 

composed . . . graceful . . . gifted 

Ambition: To open my own dance 
studio. Favorite Saying: Get serious. 
Pet Peeve: Slowpokes. Prized Posses- 
sion: Letters. 

Latin Club 2, 3; Travel Club 2, 3; Shows 
Workshops 2; Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; 
Baton Twirler 2, 3, 4; Bookcover Sales- 
man 2, 3; Dance Committee 3; 15^-a- 
week Collector 4; Pilgrim Co-curricular 
4; Program Seller 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom Committee 4; Graduation 
Usher 3. 








Anne Weston Patenaude 

160 Sandwich Street Annie Pat 



feminine . . . charming 



intelligent 



Ambition: To earn my doctorate. 
Favorite Saying: I think . . . Pet Peeve: 
Hypocrisy. Prized Possession: My 

black tights; P. P. & M. albums. 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Pilgrim 
2, 3, 4; Co-editor 4; S.A.S. 2, 3; March- 
ing Girls 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Marching Girls Co-leader 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Quiz Bowl 3, 4; lOc-a-week 
Collector 2, 3; Banker 3; Latin Club 
2, 3; Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 
4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. 




George Fnancis Pearson 

154 West Street, Carver 



cool . . 



George 
new in school 
the Air Force. 



Diane Mae Pearce 

11 Forest Avenue Court 



Ambition: To enter 
Favorite Saying: I give up. Pet Peeve: 
Staying in at night. Prized Possession: 
My 1956 Ford. 

Junior Prom 3; Senior Show 4; Track 4 



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lively . . . optimistic . . . easy-going 

Ambition: To go to Hawaii. Favorite 
Saying: Ya, sure you guys. Pet Peeve: 
Stuck-up people Prized Possession: 
An 8" x 10" picture. 

Marching Girls 2; Senior Show 4; Pep 
Squad 4. 



David Richard Perry 

10 Washington Street Smily 

sunny . . . content . . . hard-working 

Ambition: To further my education. 
Favorite Saying: Play the role! Pet 
Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 
Prized Possession: My license and car. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; S.A.S. 2, 3; Banker 2; 

Varsity Club 3, 4. 



Marcia Lee Pearson 

West Long Pond Road Blondie 

temperate . . . sincere . . . bonny 

Ambition: To enter the field of biology. 
Favorite Saying: Oh, forget it! Pet 
Peeve: Conceited people. Prized Pos- 
session: My 10-gauge shotgun. 







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Cheryl Ann Petit 

8 Westwood Road 



Cherry 



hospitable . . . cheery . . . attentive 

Ambition: To become a teacher. 
Favorite Saying: Really? Pet Peeve: 
Studying for long tests. Prized Pos- 
session: A certain boy's ring. 

Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Cashier 3, 4; Pilgrim 
4; Senior Show 4. 








Ronald Arthur Petit 

6 Phoenix Court 



Ron 



fun-loving . . . likable . . . high-scoring 

Ambition: To enter the service. Favorite 
Saying: Don't wanna hear it! Pet 
Peeve: Wisecracks from girls. Prized 
Possession: My high scores in bowling. 



Pamela Ann Pimental 

30 South Street 



Pam 



ambitious . . . calm . . . tidy 

Ambition: To go to I.B.M. School. 
Favorite Saying: Are you kidding? 
Pet Peeve: My brother Alan. Prized 
Possession: A ring. 

Newspaper 4. 




James Pierson 

White Horse Rd., Manomet Jimmy 

self-reliant . . . festive . . . deferential 

Ambition: To be a world traveler. 
Favorite Saying: Yoke 'em. Pet Peeve: 
Chevys. Prized Possession: My one 
year at S.H.H.S. 

Travel Club 2; Latin Club 2; Football 
2; Track 2, 4. 



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Pasquel Vincent Pinnetti 

38 Cherry Street Pat 

nice guy . . . hardy . . . perceptive 

Ambition: To enter the Navy. Favorite 
Saying: You wanna bet! Pet Peeve: 
Bossy girls. Prized Possession: My 
boat. 

Band 2; Football 3, 4. 




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18 Alden Street 



Catherine Lillian Prussman 

State Road, Manomet Cathy 

lucid . . . sweet . . . serious 

Ambition: To go to college. Favorite 
Saying: Wise up! Pet Peeve: People 
who are late. Prized Possession: A 
jewelry box. 

Marching Girls 4; Pep Squad 4. 



Net 



joyful . . . pleasing . . . dependable 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying: I don't want to hear 
it. Pet Peeve: Being called "blue eyes." 
Prized Possession: That special Ford. 

Senior Show 4; Leader Corps 4; Pep 
Squad 4. 




Kevin Roy Reid 

37 Warren Avenue 



Reid'O 



waggish . . . gifted . . . persistant 

Ambition: To attend Vesper-George. 
Favorite Saying: Hello dare! Pet 
Peeve: People who don't like Dial. 
Prized Possession: Peter, Paul, and 
Mary album. 



Ann Elizabeth Richardson 

92 Standish Avenue 



Ann 



sincere . . . natural . . . good-natured 

Ambition: To attend U.N.H. Favorite 
Saying: Swift! Pet Peeve: Mr. Wise- 
man's "O.K., you two." Prized Posses- 
sion: My horse Diamond Jubilee. 

Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 
4; Math Club 3; Dance Committees 2, 
4: Senior Show 4. 



Diane Marie Ricardo 

6 Puritan Court Ricky 

impulsive . . . open . . . confident 

Ambition: To work on I.B.M. machines. 
Favorite Saying: I give up! Pet Peeve: 
One junior boy. Prized Possession: 

My stuffed animals. 

Leader Corps 4; Chorus 4; Newspaper 
3; Pilgrim 3. 




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Gilbert Lester Robbins 

76 Forest Avenue Extension 

ambitions . . . gentlemanly . . 

Ambition: To become a science teacher. 
Favorite Saying: Oh gosh! Pet Peeve: 
Cage 307. Prized Possession: My car. 

Shows Workshop 2. 



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Priscilla Ann Rose 

7 Edes Street Priscilla 

genuine . . . refreshing . . . smiling 

Ambition: To travel. Favorite Saying: 
Sugar! Pet Peeve: Goats. Prized 
Possession: My piano. 

Chorus 4; Senior Show 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3. 



Jean Claire Romano 

Carver Road 



Jean 



sociable 



energetic 



candid 



Ambition: To receive a college degree. 
Favorite Saying: Seriously, now! Pet 
Peeve: People who don't call on time. 
Prized Possession: My driver's license. 

Marching Girls 2; lOc-a-week Collector 

2, 3; 15?l-a-week Collector "4; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 3; News- 
paper 3; Pilgrim 2, 4; Travel Club 2, 

3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Senior Show 
4; Senior Prom 4; Town Government 
Day 3. 



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25 Samoset Street 



Pete 



dedicated . . . optimistic . . . flitty 

Ambition: To enter the Air Force. 
Favorite Saying: I don't care to hear 
it. Pet Peeve: Fords that don't go. 
Prized Possession: My '55 Ford 

Intramurals 4; Senior Show 4; Leader 
Corps 4; Chairman 4. 





Georgiann Marie Sampson 

28 Mt. Pleasant Street Annie 

competent . . . sensible . . . congenial 

Ambition: To attend I.B.M. school. 
Favorite Saying: I'm serious! Pet 
Peeve: My younger sister. Prized 
Possession: My records. 

Librarian 3; Newspaper Typist 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; Dance Committee 
2; Pilgrim 4. 



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15 Peck Avenue 



dependable 



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Sandra May Sampson 

16 Overlook Road 



conscientious . . . athletic 



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congenial 

Ambition: To attend college. Favorite 
Saying: Is that right? Pet Peeve: Mr. 
Penny's routines. Prized Possession: 
My dog. 

Football 2, 3; Baseball 2; Junior Prom 
3. 



Jean Louise Saunders 

Pinewood Lodge Jean 

young -at-heart . . . thoughtful . . . 
friendly 

Ambition: To become a medical secre- 
tary. Favorite Saying: You're a nut! 
Pet Peeve: Being told the radio is too 
loud. Prized Possession: My telephone. 

Latin Club 2; Basketball 2; Tennis 2, 3; 
Dance Committee 2, 3; Travel Club 3; 
Bookcover Salesman 3; Pilgrim 3; 
Senior Show 4. 



Ambition: A college education at 
U.N.H. Favorite Saying: Oh, gosh — 
Pet Peeve: A certain teacher. Prized 
Possession: My horse Robin. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, Staff Editor 4; Tennis 2, 
3, 4; Latin Club 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Sports Club 3; Senior 
Show 4; Math Club 4; 15c-a-week Col- 
lector 4. 



Jeffrey Sears 
Russell Mills Road 



Jeff 



adroit 



handsome 



mild 



Ambition: To operate heavy machinery. 
Favorite Saying: Get 'em kid! Pet 
Peeve: Fords. Prized Possession: My 

motor scooter. 



Barbara Ellen Schneider 

421 Court Street Pixie 

shining . . . tactful . . . qualified 

Ambition: To join the Air Force. 
Favorite Saying: That's nice. Pet 
Peeve: Tests. Prized Possession: My 

collection of Elvis albums. 




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9 Vernon Street 

considerate . . . reliable . . . pensive 

Ambition: To graduate from college. 
Favorite Saying: It's no big thing. 
Pet Peeve: Six-period days. Prized 
Possession: Stereo set. 

Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Travel 
Club 4; Math Club 4; French Club 
3; World Affairs Club 2, 3; Pilgrim 4; 
Soccer 2, 3; Basketball 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



Lois Street 

handsome . 



. well-mannered 



Ambition: To become a commercial 
artist. Favorite Saying: Talk about- 
well! Pet Peeve: People with no man- 
ners. Prized Possession: My 1948 Ford 
Coupe. 

Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4. 



Dana Ellison Short 

2 Stephens Lane Dana 

hearty . . . fun-loving . . . harmonious 

Ambition: To go into newspaper work. 
Favorite Saying: Really! Pet Peeve: 
English IV. Prized Possession: His 

driver's license. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



Cheryl Diane Sherwood 

Purchase Street, Carver 

gay . . . flaxen . . . graphic 

Ambition: To become a model. Favorite 
Saying: You'll get over it: Pet Peeve: 
Getting up early. Prized Possession: 
My license. 




Brenda Joyce Silva 

100 South Street 



Smiley 



patient . . . cosmopolitan . . . petite 

Ambition: To become a nurse. Favorite 
Saying: Don't bother me. Pet Peeve: 
Conceited people. Prized Possession: 
My hope chest. 

Volleyball Intramurals 2, 3; Dance 
Committee 2; Dean's Council 4; Leader 
Corps 4;Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4. 









Dicka 

exuberant . . . occupied . . . frisky 

Ambition: To enter the service. Favorite 
Saying: No big thing. Pet Peeve: The 
Registry. Prized Possession: My 1957 
Mercury. 



Glenn Anthony Silva 

101 Samoset Street 



Glenn 



alert 



talented 



easy-going 

Ambition: To attend Butera School of 
Art. Favorite Saying: I'll let it slide 
this time. Pet Peeve: Girls who talk 
back. Prized Possession: My art desk. 

Cross-Country 2, 3; Track 3, 4; Dance 
Committees 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Pilgrim 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. 




Beryl Ellen Skulsky 

36 Allerton Street 



Beryl 



amiable 



well-dressed . . . jolly 



Ambition: To enter the University of 
Massachusetts. Favorite Saying: Ya 
know what? Pet Peeve: Messy hair. 
Prized Possession: My driver's license. 

Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Shows Workshop 2; Pilgrim 2; Staff 
Editor 3, 4; Newspaper 4; Marching 
Girls 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3, 4; Junior and Senior Prom 
3, 4; Senior Show 4; Junior Librarian 
3; Office Assistant 4. 



Martin Wesley Smith, Jr. 

Pond Avenue Smitty 



sensitive 



diligent 



Ambition: To become an airplane pilot. 
Favorite Saying: I don't know. Pet 
Peeve: Mrs. Urann's English class. 
Prized Possession: My car. 



Pilgrim 4; Newspaper 
Committees 3, 4. 



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Denise Paula Smith 

White Horse Beach Denny 

generous . . . unpretentious . . . angelic 

Ambition: Hairdressing. Favorite Say- 
ing: Gee, Whiz! Pet Peeve: Being 
rushed. Prized Possession: A certain 
picture. 

Pilgrim 4. 




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Seven Hills Road 



Sherry 



petite . . . dependable . . . tidy 

Ambition: To become an executive 
secretary; Fiavorite Saying: Well, for 
crying out loud! Pet Peeve: Correcting 
typing errors. Prized Possession: My 
baby brother. 

Cashier 3, 4; Pilgrim Staff Editor 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; Senior Play 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Dance Committees 3; 
S.A.S. 3; Banker 3; Bookcover Sales- 
man 3. 



Marion Marie Souza 

20 Mt. Pleasant Street 



Marion 



Michael Thomas Stefani 

1 Bunker Hill Road 



Mike 



rugged . . . fluent . . . staunch 

Ambition: To become a history teach- 
er. Favorite Saying: Read between the 
lines. Pet Peeve: The long ride to 
Franklin. Prized Possession: The pud- 
dle-jumper. 

Latin Club 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 
S.A.S. 3; Baseball 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 
4; Co-Captain 4. 



moppet . . . stylish . . spritely 

Ambition: To make our dreams a reali- 
ty. Favorite Saying: It's no big thing! 
Pet Peeve: Mr. C's disposition. Prized 
Possession: My dog. 

Class Representative 3; Junior Prom 3; 
Dance Committees 2, 4; Office Assist- 
ant 4; Senior Show 4. 



Cornelia Maude Spelman 

116 Warren Avenue Tee Dee 

direct . . . extroverted . . . creative 
Ambition: To become a novelist. Fav- 
orite Saying: What a riot! Pet Peeve: 
Insincerity. Prized Possession: My el- 
bows. 

S.A.S. 3, 4; Pilgrim 3, Staff Editor 4; 
Youth Panel 3; Senior Show Director 
4; Dean's Council 4. 





Suzanne Leah Stefani 

28 Cliff Street Stefy 

glib . . . compliant . . . hard-working 

Ambition: To become a secretary. Fav- 
orite Saying: Arre-ba! Pet Peeve: Peo- 
ple who can't take a joke. Prized Pos- 
session: My friendship ring. 
Softball 2; Pilgrim 4. 



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29 Russell Street 



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sweet 



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Kent Gardner Stevens 

8 Stoddard Street Kent 

athletic . . . vigorous . . . forceful 

Ambition: To be a football coach. Fav- 
orite Saying: Are you serious? Pet 
Peeve: 5th period study. Prized Posses- 
sion: Pam. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. 



Lawrence Peter Strassel 
8 Spooner Street Larry 

strong . . . devoted . . . willing 

Ambition: To become a State Police- 
man. Favorite Saying: Get out of here. 
Pet Peeve: A certain teacher in room 
302. Prized Possession: Duane Eddy al- 
bums. 

Band 2, 3, 4. 



Ambition: To become a guidance coun- 
selor. Favorite Saying: Wait a min- 
ute! Pet Peeve: My poor memory. 
Prized Possession: My "lucky" silver 
dollar. 

Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; 
Banker 2; Marching Girls 2; Latin Club 
2; Travel Club 2, 3; Sports Club 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Cheer- 
leaders 3, 4; Co-captain 4; Senior Show 
4. 



Phyllis Jo-Anne Stringer 

River Street Phyll 

companionable . . . sensitive . . . calm 

Ambition: To become a beautician. 
Favorite Saying: You don't say. Pet 
Peeve: Moody boys.. Prized Posses- 
sion: My clothes. 



Lauren Helen Stiles 

34 Summer Street 



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studious 
Ambition: 



dedicated 



. gentle 

To become a social 
worker. Favorite Saying: What? Pet 
Peeve: My sister's not hanging up her 
clothes. Prized Possession: My dog, 
Hugo. 

Latin Club 2; Travel Club 2, 3, 4; 
Librarian 3; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 3; 
Staff Editor 4. 





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Kathleen Sarah Sullivan 

Alden Street Extension Sully 

bouncy . . . "red" . . . enthusiastic 

Ambition: To enter nursing. Favorite 
Saying: You don't mean it! Pet 
Peeve: Long homelessons. Prized 
Possession: My stuffed animals. 

Lab Staff 2; Latin Club 2, 3; Travel 
Club 2, 3; Pilgrim 3, 4; lOtf-a-week 
collector 3; 15?l-a-week Collector 4; 
Leader Corps 4; Senior Show 4; News- 
paper 4; Dance Committee 2; Prom 
Committee 3, 4. 



Virginia Eileen Swift 

Cedarville Ginger 

gay . . . freckled . . . natural 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser or 
secretary. Favorite Saying: Good or 
what. Pet Peeve: Not getting out more. 
Prized Possession: Blaze. 

Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Junior and 
Senior Proms 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Dean's Council 4. 




Edwin Arthur Swales, Jr 

Stafford St. Eddie 

positive . . . eloquent . . . candid 

Ambition: To attend college. Favorite 
Saying: What are you mumbling about? 
Pet Peeve: Conceited people. Prized 
Possession: My twelve years of learn- 
ing. 

Press Club 1; Cross Country 3. 



Janice Lee Swift 



Cedarville 



Jan 



helpful . . . bubbly . . . likeable 

Ambition: To become a hairdresser. 
Favorite Saying : I give up — what ? Pet 
Peeve: Fighting with him. Prized Pos- 
session: My charm bracelet. 

Dance Committee 2; Softball 2; Junior 
and Senior Prom 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Dean's Council 4; Guidance Office Sec- 
retary 4. 





Joseph Lawrence Sylva 

18 Winslow Street 



Joe 



popular . . . genuine . . . responsible 

Ambition: To teach. Favorite Saying: 
That's life. Pet Peeve: Car radiators 
that boil over. Prized Possession: My 
telephone. 

Class President 2, 3, 4; S.A.S. 2, 3, 4; 
Audio-visual 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Shows Workshop 2; Ticket 
Seller 3. 



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Charles Francis Taormina 

Colony Beach Blvd., Manomet Charlie 

unassuming . . . sleepy . . . talented 

Ambition: To attend college. Favorite 
Saying: You dummy! Pet Peeve: Mr. 
Penny. Prized Possession: My car. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Intramurals 4. 



Peter Tosi Tache 

12 Chestnut Street 



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Paul Joseph Tache 

12 Chestnut Street 



Paul 



dashing . . . blithe . . . cooperative 

Ambition: To enter the Army. Favorite 
Saying: I didn't do anything. Pet Peeve: 
Staying up nights. Prized Possession: 

The wave in my hair. 



reliable . . . easy-going . . . slim 

Ambition: To become a nuclear 
engineer. Favorite Saying: Toot-a- 
Lootle. Pet Peeve: School's "No Smok- 
ing" law. Prized Possession: '55 Ford 
Convertible. 

Senior Show 4; 10?:-a-week Collector 
2, 3; 15(Z-a-week Collector 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Dance Committee 4. 



Mary Lou Thimas 

10 Spring Street Mary Lou 

warm . . . natural . . . athletic 

Ambition: To become a gym teacher. 
Favorite Saying: What else? Pet 
Peeve: 6th-period study. Prized Pos- 
session: My license. 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4; Dance 
Committees 2, 3; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim 4. 



David John Tappan 

Rocky Hill Road 



Dave 



bluff . . . active . . . flashy 

Ambition: To become a draftsman. 
Favorite Saying: What I mean! Pet 
Peeve: Getting parts for '58 Fiat 600's. 
Prized Possession: Hydroplane. 





Marion Edmenson Thomas 

1 Lewis Street Legs 

blithe . . . natural . . . limber 

Ambition: Steno-typist. Favorite Say- 
ing: Check me out! Pet Peeve: Manny 
Rose. Prized Possession: That special 
picture of T. L. 

Intramural Basketball 3; Leader Corps 
4; Office Assistant 4; Pep Squad 4. 



Richard Joseph Thomas 

South Pond Road Richie 



veracious 



nautical 



Dianne Mary Treuer 

23 Chilton Street 



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Ambition: To become a nurse. Favorite 
Saying: How sweet it is! Pet Peeve: 
G. W., when he gets mad. Prized Pos- 
session: A certain senior boy's ring. 

Travel Club 3; Junior Prom; Senior 
Show 4; Bowling Team 4; Office As- 
sistant 4;Pilgrim 4; Dance Committees 
2, 3, 4. 



. generous 

Ambition: To become a lawyer. Favorite 
Saying: Do as I say, not as I do! Pet 
Peeve: A certain brunette. Prized 
Possession: My pipe. 
Student Council 3. 



Richard Wright Trask 

44 Mayflower Street Dick 

musical . . . agreeable . . . quiet 

Ambition: To become an electrician. 
Favorite Saying: Get out of my life. 
Pet Peeve: Lazy people. Prized Pos- 
session: My drums. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Dance 
Committee 4; Senior Prom 4. 





Richard Wright Truitt 

9 Franklin Street Rikki 

polished . . . creative . . . cultured 

Ambition: To make a lot of money. 
Favorite Saying: Let's get it done! Pet 
Peeve: Folksingers who can't sing. 
Prized Possession: Red turtle-necked 
sweater. 





Rollo Francis Tucker 

Sandwich Road 



Adam 



devoted . . . competitive . . . earnest 

Ambition: To become an architect. 
Favorite Saying: Time will tell. Pet 
Peeve: Work. Prized Possession: 

Cavalry sword. 

Chess Club 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior 
Show 4; Leader Corps 4; Chorus 4. 



Jo-Anne Valenziano 

12 Murray Street Jo 

light-hearted . . . tenacious . . . chatty 

Ambition: To work with computers. 
Favorite Saying: Better you than me. 
Pet Peeve: That certain teacher. Prized 
Possession: South Weymouth Naval 
Base pass. 

Newspaper 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Senior Show 4. 



Alan Richard Vecchi 

27% Fremont Street Al 

Brooklynesque . . . husky . . . witty 

Ambition: To become an accountant. 
Favorite Saying: What I mean. Pet 
Peeve: Rainy weekends. Prized Pos- 
session: Shot gun. 

Track 3. 



Diane Gloria Viera 

4 Ocean View Avenue 



Dianna 



patient . . . quiet . . . petite 

Ambition: To become a secretary. 
Favorite Staying: If you don't succeed, 
try again. Pet Peeve: Meddlers. Prized 
Possession: My typewriter. 



Lillian Theresa Verda 

287- Briggs Ave., Manomet Jamey 

industrious . . . comely . . . independent 

Ambition: To become a practical nurse. 
Favorite Saying: Oh ya! Pet Peeve: 
Anti-social people. Prized Possession: 

My good friendships. 





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Marjorie Jean Viera 

12 Atlantic Street Margie 

unassuming . . . delicate . . . loquacious 

Ambition: To attend secretarial school. 
Favorite Saying: Oh, my word! Pel 
Peeve: Six-period days. Prized Posses- 
sion: Chee Chee. 

Newspaper 4; Senior Show 4. 








Mary Lou Viera 

196 Standish Avenue 



Dimples 



tenderhearted . . . complaisant . . . 
earnest 

Ambition: To become a bank teller. 
Favorite Saying: I don't know. Pet 
Peeve: Loud mouths. Prized Posses- 
sion: My license. 

Pilgrim 3, 4. 




Lynn Carol Watterson 



Bo Bo 



mild 



genuine 



33 Samoset Street 

compassionate 

Ambition: To enter a school of nursing. 
Favorite Saying: I don't remember. 
Pet Peeve: Rainy Saturday nights. 
Prized Possession: My ring. 

Cashier 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; 
Leader Corps 4; Dean's Council 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 
4. 



Linda Anne Watterson 

33 Samoset Street Red 

happy -go-luckv . . . candid . . . 
auburnish 

Ambition: To become an airline 
stewardess. Favorite Saying: I give up! 
Pet Peeve: A certain someone. Prized 
Possession: My stuffed tiger. 

Cashier 3, 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Dean's 
Council 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 
4; Office Assistant 4. 





Winn Willard 

Crescent Ave., Manomet 



Winn 



scholarly . . . hardy . . . courteous 

Ambition: To become a naval architect. 
Favorite Saying: Flurg! Pet Peeve: 
American cars. Prized Possession: The 
Saab. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Student 
Exchange 3; S.A.S. 3; Senior Show 4; 
Radio Club 4; Varsity Club 4. 




Bonnie Gail Winokur 

26 Standish Avenue 



Bonnie 



John Curtis Williams 

Wareham Street, South Carver 



Curt 



Magoo 

fun-loving . . . eager . . 

Ambition: To broadcast on radio. 
Favorite Saying: You know it! Pet 
Peeve: A certain senior boy. Prized 
Possession: My record collection. 

Softball 2, 3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 
4; Cashier 2. 



. . smiling 

Ambition: To become a legal secretary. 
Favorite Saying: You promise? Pet 
Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 
Prized Possession: A certain charm. 

Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Marching Girls 
2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Cashier 4; 
Graduation Usher 3. 



mercurial . . . Carver-ite . . . ready 

Ambition: To graduate. Favorite Say- 
ing: Just on time! Pet Peeve: Laws. 
Prized Possession: '50 Impala. 



Carol Mary Wolfenden 

Overlook Road 



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sophisticated . . . band box look . . . 
merry 

Ambition: Successful college education. 
Favorite Saying: Fine and dandy! Pet 
Peeve: My straight hair. Prized Pos- 
session: My skiis. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; 
Staff Editor 4; Field Hockey 3; Basket- 
ball 3, 4; Sports Club 3; Bowling 
League 4; Senior Show 4; Graduation 
Committee 4; Junior and Senior Proms 
3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Latin Club 
2; Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Commit- 
tee 2, 3, 4. 




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12 Stoddard Street Chris 

vivacious . . . loquacious . . . laughing 

Ambition: To become a teacher. 
Favorite Saying: Are you kidding me? 
Pet Peeve: A certain dead-end street 
gang. Prized Possession: My friend- 
ships. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; 10(z:-a-week Col- 
lector, 2, 3; 15?:-a-week Collector 4; 
Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Senior 
Show Assistant Director 4; Basketball 
fe; School Play 4; Sports Club 4. 






Sheila Ann Wood 

Beaver Dam Road Sheila 

competent . . . imaginative . . . literary 

Ambition: To become an English 
teacher. Favorite Saying: Oh, bunk! 
Pet Peeve: Quarrels. Prized Possession: 

My glasses. 

Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 3, 
4; Class Representative 3; Student 
Government Week 3; Quiz Bowl 3, 4. 



Gayle Ann Woodward 

16 Royal Street Gay 

sensible . . . ardent . . . perky 

Ambition: To become a nurse. Favorite 
Saying: You know I do! Pet Peeve: 
Mixed-up boys. Prized Possession: 
Ralph's sailor hat. 

Latin Club 2; Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Shows 
Workshop 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Dance 
Committees 3, 4; Senior Prom Co-Chair- 
man 4; Marching Girls 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Dean's Council 4. 



George Edward Wright 

12 Bradford Street George 

tall . . . attentive . . . thoughtful 

Ambition: Accounting. Favorite Say- 
ing: Oh, yea! Pet Peeve: Girls who 
talk too much. Prized Possession: 
Friendships. 

Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
Program Seller 4; Senior Show 4. 








Norman Edward Zaniboni 

49 Oak Street Noogie 

logical ... dapper . . . placid 

Ambition: To attend college: Favorite 
Saying: Ump. Pet Peeve: Not having 
a hockey team at P.C. Prized Posses- 
sion: 1959 Ford. 

Track 2; Pilgrim 3, 4; Bookcover sales- 
man 3; Latin Club 2; Varsity Club 2, 
3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 2, 3. 



Gary Vincent Zoccolante 

27 South Street 



Zocco 



inquiring . . . sharp . . . drawling 

Ambition: To become an electrical 
enineer. Favorite Saving: To play in 
the traffic ! Pet Peeve : Crazy Lady and 
homework. Prized Possession: My im- 
ported Italian pool cue. 

Pilgrim 4; Quiz Bowl 3, 4; S.A.S. 2, 3; 
15tf-a-week Collector 4; President, Math 
Club 4; Latin Club 2; Banker 2, 3; 
Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 



Linda Marie Zoccolante 

55 Alden Street 



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Ambition: To become a stewardess. 
Favorite Saying: Yessa, huh. Pet 
Peeve: People who are late. Prized 
Possession: A certain class ring. 

Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; 
Banker 2; Marching Girls 2, 3; Co- 
leader 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4. 



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proud heritage of a few to the many. We who 
come today to take our places in a world far 
different from that of the Pilgrim Fathers 
realize that their principles remain per- 
petually valid before the passage of trans- 
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hands of men. We must move faster . . . build bigger . . . 
stretch farther . . . dirt must be displaced by hard, black 
tar. But man himself is stable — a reflection of all past, all 
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FRANK J. ABATE, M.D. 



C. JAMES GORMLEY, M.D. 



CLIFFORD C. AGNEW, M.D. 



HARRY KELLER, D.M.D. 



PHILLIP S. CRONIN, Atty. 



HUGH R. MARAGHY, Atty. 



HYMAN DUBY, M.D. 



MYRON POLICOW, D.D.S, 



MEDORA V. EASTWOOD, M.D. 



ROBERT F. ROZENE, D.M.D. 



JOSEPH SCHNEIDER, Atty. 
SAMUEL K. STEWART, M.D. 



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SPONSORS 



Benotti's Grocery & Liquor Store 

L. E. Bouchard Co. Inc. 

Robert M. Briggs, Atty. 

Cantoni Oil Co. 

Carmichael's 

Cohen's Furniture 

George Harriman 

Midway Service, So. Carver 

North Plymouth Hardware 

People's Market 

Perry's Market 

PHS Class of 1963 

Pilgrim "Super" Drug 

Pinewood Lodge 

Plymouth Baking Co. 

Victoria's Market 



Plymouth & Brockton 
St. Railway 

Plymouth Glass 

Plymouth Rock Cleaners 

Plymouth Rock Grocery 

Plymouth Recapping Co. Inc. 

Primo's Service Station 

Purice Plant 

Rebuttini's Food Store 

Sears-Roebuck Co. 

Johnny Seiver's Lunch 

Dr. & Mrs. Elmer Shaw 

Shiretown Motors Inc. 

John H. Sperry Co. 

Stein's Furniture 

Valente Florists 




^ /VAT/OA/AL VOhiOK 

^fo\ SOCIETY 

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Tel. Pilgrim 6-4747 

ROBERT BARNICOAT 
MONUMENT CO. 

(Successor to James A. White Co.) 

47 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



GINNY'S COFFEE 



SHOP 



LORING'S 



Established 1894 



Watchmakers & Jewelers 



29 Main St. 



Plymouth 





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SMITH'S 



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CLASS 

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1964 




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Congratulations to 



the Class of 1964 



PADOVANI'S PHARMACY 



Congratulations to the 
Senior Class 




WALK-OVER SHOE 
STORE 

8A North Street Plymouth 



Congratulations 
from 

PLYMOUTH BOWL-O-MAT 



One Park Ave. 



746-9825 



GOGGIN & SON 



FURNITURE COMPANY 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



PRINCE 


STREET 


SERVICE 


STATION 


Congratulates the Class of 


1964 



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Best Wishes 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 
ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Tel. 746-9300 
Main Street Extension Plymouth 



THE OCKERS COMPANY 

Your headquarters for — 

Books — College Outline Series 

Dictionaries — Greeting Cards 

Brief Cases and School Supplies 

Portable Typewriter 
Sales and Service 

15 Main Street 
Plymouth 

PI 6-2255 



Best Wishes To 
The Seniors 



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PLYMOUTH CORDAGE 
COMPANY 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 



MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

Repairs on all make cars 

109 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi, Proprietor 
Esso Products 

Telephone PI 6-1547 



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Best Wishes 



JIM'S RESTAURANT 



17 Main Street 



PI 6-9838 



SAMOSET TV 

& 

RADIO SERVICE INC. 

97 Samoset St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

PI 6-2499 



OLD COLONY THEATRE 

Plymouth 

"Get more out 

of life .... go to 

a movie!" 



SEASIDE GRILL 

390 Court Street 

746-2343 



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Compliments of 

PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. 
OF PLYMOUTH INC. 



VOLTa 
OIL CO. 

TEXACO 
PRODUCTS 

BOTTLED GAS 



VOLTA OIL COMPANY 



Samoset Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



P. 0. Box 346 



Tel. PI 6-1340 



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MARIO'S AUTO BODY 



PI 6-0300 



Plymouth, Mass. 



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• Builders' Hardware 






• Electrical Supplies 






• Sporting Goods 






• Garden Tools 






• Housewares & Appliances 






• Kitchen Planning 






If it is . . . 






JORDAN has it! 






Phone Pilgrim 6-2283 






Compliments of 

CELLAR'S 




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SHERMAN' S FURNITURE CO., 


ISC. 


310 COURT 


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330 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 



746-3444 



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EMERSON'S STORE 


White 


Horse Beach Massachusetts 



Good Luck, Seniors! 

HENRY MENGOLI 
AND SON 



PERINO'S SERVICE GULF 
STATION 

34 Samoset St. 

BEST WISHES 
to the class of '64 



STEVENS, The Florist 



Store Phone 
PI 6-2600 



Greenhouse 
PI 6-2601 



Plymouth, Mass. 

CONGRATULATIONS 



MARTHA'S GIFT & TOY SHOP 




300 Court Street 
North Plymouth 



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PLYMOUTH SAMGS BAM 

"The Friendly Bank" 

ARTHUR G. ESTES, JR., Executive Vice-President & Treasurer 

WARREN M. AXFORD, Teller 

DOROTHY R. HALE, Teller 

BONNIE TRASK, Teller 
JANICE PETERSON, Teller 



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301 Court St. Plymouth 

PI 6-9804 



Congratulations 




from 




PLYMOUTH MEN'S 


SHOP 


18 Main St. 


PI 6-0341 



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Best Wished 
h the, Ctess of 1964 

from 

QCHS STUDENT COUNCIL 




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RAYCURT CORP. 




39 Court St. 




Plymouth 




746-2976 


Windows 


Alum. Gutters 


Doors 


Shutters 


Alum. Siding 


Porch Enclosure 


Jalousies 


Awnings 


Screens 


Fire Alarm Systems 



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to the Class of 

1964 



GEORGE STEFAN I 




Congratulations 

to all graduates of Plymouth-Carver High School 

From Radio Station 



WPLM 



Good Luck to All of You 
—The Class of 1964 



John Thomas Campbell 

1390 on your AM dial 

911 mc. on your FM dial 



owner, manager of WPLM 
500 watts 
20,000 watts 



6 A.M.-Midnight 
Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



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Congratulations to the Class of '64 


PLYMOUTH FIVE CEBITS SAVINGS BAM 


Plymouth — Kingston — Duxbury — Marshfield 


Your Bank for School Savings 



MASSASOIT 
VENDING SERVICE INC. 

"Automatic Cafeteria Systems" 

Tel. 746-1713 

Plymouth, -Mass. 



Congratulations 
From 

GILL'S APPLIANCE 
CENTER 



2 Court St. 



PI 6-3964 



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to 


Congratulations 
the Class of 1964 






Carver, Mass. 










UN 6-4545 










HEATING 


OILS 


— GASOLINE — 


DIESEL 


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Heating Engineers 








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"A Trained 
Driver is 
a Safe 
Driver." 



STANDISJtt 



We Support 
The Driver 
Training 
Program 



CHEVROLET 



10 Water St. 



PI 6-1945 



ELLIS CURTAI FACTORY 



Wholesalers and Manufacturers 



278 Court St. 



PI 6-1941 



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"Education is the Apprenticeship of Life" 

FOR SCHOOL NEWS 

. that story of the Class Prom 

. stories of special school events 

. social items of your Classmates 

the weekly column of your school Press Club 

. your school graduation 

. your school athletics — baseball, football, field 
hockey, track, tennis 

all with photos and action pictures 

READ THE OLD COLONY MEMORIAL 

—New England's Greatest Weekly Newspaper For 136 Years — 

©lu (Monij Mmnrial 

FOR QUALITY PRINTING — INQUIRE OF MEMORIAL PRESS 



JOHN ALDEN GIFT 
SHOP 

Water Street Plymouth, Mass. 

SALT WATER TAFFY 

CIGARS, CIGARETTES 

CAMERA FILM 

SNACK BAR 

SOUVENIRS 

GIFTS 



THE WHITE TftCDEHS 



Don, Steve, 
Pete, George, 
and Gary. 
Plebes : 
Pat, Gary, 
Allen, and 
Clyde. 




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Best of Luck to the Seniors From 

THE PURITAN 
CLOTHING CO 

"Modern Stores for Men & Boys" 



Plymouth — Rockland 



and 



THE PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 



Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners 



Plymouth 



Tel. PI 6-3730 



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TOWN BROOK 

SERVICE STATION 

INC 

24-Hour Road Service 
14 Water St. 



Plymouth 



Massachusetts 



"Ask not what your country can do for you; 
Ask what you can do for your country." 

— John Fitzgerald Kennedy 



PILGRIM FURNITURE, II. 

26 Union Street 



Plymouth 



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COTT 
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Plymouth 



Mass. 



HENRY'S FURNITURE CO. 

Furniture of Distinction 

50 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1118 



PLYMOUTH MARINE RAILWAY INC. 




Compliments of . . . 




B«t»a4C«afort 
MfTWJuyHifkwty 



Route 3A 



Plymouth 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

W. T. GRANT 




BALBONI'S DRUG STORE 

Joseph Balboni, Reg. Pharm. 

PI 6-1251 

'Where Pharmacy is a Profession, not 
a sideline" 



315 Court Street 



Plymouth 



WILDES MOTOR CO., 
INC. 

Samoset St. PI 6-2900 

Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations and 

best wishes to the first 

graduating class of 

Plymouth-Carver High School 



ATTORNEY 
THOMAS F. QUINN 



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SPONSORS 



Alfred's Hairstyling Salon 

Allerton Nursing Home 

Alves Shoe Store 

Anti's 

Samuel Arons & Son 

44 Auto Body 

Barbieri's Market 

Bell Shop 

Dr. Charles Benea 

Benotti Grocery 

Bluebird Restaurant 

Bradford's Store 

Broccoli's Market 

Elmer F. Buck Tile Co. 

Cape Travel Agency 

Cappannari's 

Cartmell Funeral Home 

Ceccarelli's 

Charm Shop 

Cities Service Station 



Cold Spring Motel 

Cooper Drug Store 

Costa's Service Station 

Dexter Shoe Store 

Dunlap's Service Station 

Dr. William O. Dyer 

First National Stores 

Green Thumb 

Gulf Twin Service Station 

Happy Hollow Motel 

Hobshole House 

Jabez Corner Service Station 

Louis Knife & Son 

Dr. & Mrs. Edward M. Krensky 

Leonardi's Food Store 

Lincoln St. Service Station 

Maccaferri's Shoe Store 

Mando's Furniture 

Marois Market 

Middle St. Barber Shop 



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"Plymouth's Prescription Store" 

BRADLEY PHARMACY 

22 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Roy B. Bradley 
Registered Pharmacist 



PLYMOUTH HARDWARE, 
INC. AND 
NERI PLUMBING CO. 

42 Court Street 
Tel. 746-0265 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1964 



C. P. WASHBURN CO. 



Water Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

PI 6-0741 




Congratulations to the 
Class of 1964 




M & M SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 



Pilgrim 6-1915 



35 Main Street 



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JOSEPH H. 
BOUCHER 

Meats 
Groceries 
Novelties 

So. Carver 

Mass. 

Phone Union 6-3641 



FOR JOBS with a FUTURE 
REGISTER NOW! 




KEYPUNCH COURSES 

• MACHINE FOR EACH STUDENT 

• DAY & EVENING CUSSES 
o FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE 

• LOW TUITION 

• FREE TRIAL LESSON 




FOR FREE BROCHURE 
COME, WRITE, OR PHONE 

SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS 

1601 HANCOCK ST., aUINCY GR 1-9290 



SUNSHINE 
STORES 

Ralph A. Govoni 

133 Main St. 
Kingston, Mass. 

JU 5-4446 
JU 5-2018 



insurance PLYMOUTH INSURANCE AGENCY 

of all Mauro J. Canevazzi 

Kinds Tel. 746-0055 



56 Sandwich St. 

Plymouth 

Mass. 



BEM4 BLOCK COMPANY 



32 Main Street 

Kingston 
Massachusetts 



TRAVEL CLUB 




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Advisor, Miss I. Albertini 

President, Donald Caldwell 

Vice-Pres., Edward Goodwin 

Secretary, Valerie Girard 
Treasurer, Clyde Bongiovanni 



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GOOD LUCK 



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FRIENDS 



Iris E. Albertini 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick J. Arata 

Mr. & Mrs. Austin F. Baker 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Barron 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Bergamini 

Phyllis Boucher 

H. A. Bradford & Sons, Inc. 

Canevazzi's Market 

Suzanne Cavicchi 

Churchill's 

Mrs. Doris Costa 

Driftwood Shop 

Mr. Peter A. Fachetti 

1963 Football Team 

Friends 

Furtado's Barber Shop 

Hillside Cabins 

Dr. Eric Hogan 

Mr. & Mrs. William Knowles Jr. 

Koblantz Taylors 

Lobster Mart 

Louis' Barber Shop 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Caramello 



Margie E. Maccaferri 

Mel's Esso Station 

O'Keefe Hat Shop 

Mr. & Mrs. Hector E. Patenaude 

Petroleum Sales & Service 

Room 101 

Room 102 

Room 103 

Room 105 

Room 109 

Room 217 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Skulsky 

Steven's Beauty Salon 

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Tavares 

Tina's Sandwich Shop 

Towne Shoe Service 

Vic's Service Station 

Dr. George S. Wild 

Mrs. H. W. Wolfenden 

Stephen Verda 

Mr. & Mrs. H. D. Goodwin 

Lou's Delicatessen 

Mr. & Mrs. Gino Cristofori 



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PLYMOUTH FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 
Inc. 1882 Fed. 1937 



President 

Walder J. Engstrom 

Vice President 
& Treasurer 

A. Lee Roulston 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 

Assistant 
Secretary 

Esther Crowell 



Assistant Treasurer 

Ronald C. Carletti 




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INSURED SAFETY FOR SAVINGS 

HOME MORTGAGE LOANS 

Planned for Your Budget 



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The General Metals Department 

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given by 



COBB & DREW, INC. OF KINGSTON 

COLONIAL BRASS CO. 
OF MIDDLEBORO 



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Kathleen Dorothy Jordan Kay 

Boutemain Ave. 

. . . elfish . . . Californian . . . happy 

Ambition : To be a stewardess 
Favorite Saying: Hi ya! 
Pet Peeve : Moving around 
Prized Possession : My luggage 

Activities: Chorus 2,3,4; Future Homemakers 
of America 2; Softball 2,3. 




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A. K. FINNEY CO. 

Trucking Service 

130 Sandwich St. 

Plymouth 

Tel. PI 6-4343 



MORE SPONSORS 

Aarons Furniture Zanello's Furniture 






Congratulations 



3 est WisKes 




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The Class of 
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Best of Luck to the Seniors 



TASSY'S 



Summer St. 



Kingston, Mass. 



Tel. JU 5-4509 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



To the following we express sincere appreciation and thanks for valuable 
assistance in creating the 1964 Pilgrim: 

Mr. Roland Holmes, our faculty advisor and our friend, who kept us 
sane with his infinite patience and passes. 

The Dicksons, our photographers, who willingly contributed countless 
hours to preserve the year in pictures. 

Mr. Robert Vantine, our representative from the Delmar Printing Com- 
pany, whose quiet suggestions always proved valuable. 

The United Church of Christ, whose bulletin of November, 1963, pro- 
vided us with the idea for Viola's pen sketch of the thankful Pilgrims. 

Plimoth Plantation, who gave us a selection of photographs for our 
theme pages. 

Mr. Randolph Abbott, Mr. Walter Haskell, Mrs. Maggie Mills, and the 
Memorial Press for photographs of football season, of the Tech Tourney, 
and of Main Street in the 19th Century. 

Mr. David Montanari for basketball pictures. 

The New Bedford Standard Times for its picture of Peter Maccaferri. 

Mr. Howard Goodwin, who guided us in the purchase and use of our 
staff camera. 

Mr. Patrick Berry, who sketched the ads for Boyer's Paint and the Band. 

The administration and the faculty for their understanding when classes 
and schedules were interrupted for yearbook pictures. 

Peter Bongiovanni, our business manager, who worked beyond the call 
of duty to make the business section of the 1964 Pilgrim the most success- 
ful and the most interesting ever. 

Viola Harris for her excellent portrait of Mr. Berry and her Pilgrim 
sketch. 

Richard Maraghy and, again, to Peter for cheerfully chauffeuring us, 
at a moment's notice all over town. 

Mary Cook for hours spent in recording orders and payments and in 
compiling distribution lists for the 1964 Pilgrim. 

All the editors who worked to make the 1964 Pilgrim a fine yearbook. 

All parents who gave of their time, homes, patience, coke and potato 
chips. 

Our advertisers, sponsors, and friends for their continued support in' 
making the Pilgrim a reality. 



Barbara Knowles 
Anne Patenaude 



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